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BUSINESS AND GENERAL 

Directory of Newfomdland 

1877: 

CONTAINING 

CLASSIFIED LISTS OF THE BUSINESS MEN 

OF 

ST. JOHN'S, 

AND THE 

Leading Towns and Districts of the Colony, 



WITH 



APPENDIX 



CONTAININO 



focat, ffiocfrnmcntat and otljeii Information of a ffiencral rfharactcii* 



By JOHN A, ROCHFORT, 

St. John'?, NewfoundLiAxd. 



PfiLNTED CY LOVELL PRINTING AND PUBLISniNG COMPANY, 

FOR THB COJIPILEH. 

1877. 



P K E F A C E 



In laying this, liis first essay in this peculiar department, before a 
considerate, generous and enlightened public, the author is not unsoo- 
scious of its many sliortcornings ; but would venture to express a hope 
that the little work may not be found unacceptable to tlie business portion 
of our community, for whom it is principally intended. In the present 
instance, the author has labored under many unforeseen disadvantage*, 
not the least amongst which may be accounted the difficulties of commu- 
nication attendant upon the peculiar season of the year, it being late in the 
autumn when the work wa3 at first projected. Under these circum- 
stances, the amount of information connected with the outporta of the 
Colony may not be of so ample or satisfactory a character as he would 
have desired, but he has little doubt that the amount of patronage accorded 
to the present effort may be of such a character as to justify a continuance 
in the future of a work, each succeeding number of which must natu- 
rally be expected to prove an improvement upon its predecessor. In con- 
clusion, the author would express his most sincere and heartfelt thanka to 
his many kind friends for the amount of patronage which they have mo 
liberally and generously accorded him on the present occasion, as also to 
those who so obligingly furnished him with those portions of valuable 
information so requisite to the completion of his little book, and whose 
kind services shall be ever gratefully rouionibered and appreciated by 
him. 



APPENDIX. 



Tlio Queen and Royal ramily, Ilor Majesty's Houyehold, llor iMajos- 

ty's Chief Officers of State, &c 31 

British AmbftSBadors Abroad 34 

Iloueehold of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales 34 

Colony of Newfoundland 35 

Governor and Staff. 35 

Executive Council 35 

Legislative Council 35 

House of Assembly 35 

Colonial Secretary's Office 36 

ii^j,'." {Stipendiary Poor Commissioner 36 

Revenue Department 36 

Surveyor-General's .Department 36 

Board of Works Department 37 

Light Houses, &c 37 

•>. Post Office Department 40 

Post Office Directory for Newfoundland 44 

Judicial J)opartment 45 

■'■' 'Savings Bank 46 

'' Board of Health 4^ 

Queen's Printer 47 

Educational Department 47 

Civil List of the Colony of Newfoundland 49 

Ecclesiastical Department 51 

Banks 53 

• Foreign Consulates « 53 

Newspapers published in the Colony 54 

Newfoundland Tariff 64 

Dominion of Canada Tariff 66 

> Sovereigns of Europe 63 

Monthly Time Table 63 

British Tariff of Customs 64 

, * Imports into the Colony of Newfoundland for 1872 70 

General Exports from the Colony of Newfoundland for 1872-73 72 

General Imports into the Colony of Newfoundland for 1873-74 74 

General Exports from the Colon}- of Newfoundland for 1874-75 78 

General Imports into the Colony of Ne^vtbundland for 1875. 80 

Currency Tables — Dollars and Cents into Pounds, Shillings and 

Pence 82 

Currency Tables— Pounds, Shillings and Pence into Dollars and 

Cents 84 

Advertisements 87 



BUSINESS AND CLiSSIFIEB DIRECTORY 



or 



NEWFOUNDLAND. 



ST. JOHN'S. 



Agenoies, Express. 

Fenelon M., American, Forcij^a nnd 
European Express, Daviea & Tur- 
ner, London, Water st 
Morrison W- D., Fishwick's Colonial 
Express, 301 Water st 

Agencies, Insurance. 

Canada Lifo and Fire Insurance Co., 
hon. P. V. Whiteway, agent 

Commercial Union, Fire, Lifo and 
Marine, H. J. Stabb, agent 

Guardian Insurnnco Co., J. S. Winter, 
agent 

Imperial Fire and Life Insurance Co. , 
K. Alexander, agent 

♦Lpnoashire Fire Insurance Co., E. L. 
Jarvis, agent 

Liverpool and London and Globe Insur- 
ance Co., Bowring Bros., agents 

Northern Assurance Co., A. O. Hay- 
ward, agent 

North American Insurance Co., E. L. 
Jarvis, agent 

North British and Mercantile Assurance 
Co., hon. A. Shea, agent 

Pelican Life Insurance Co., W. & G. 
Rendcll, agents 

Phoenix Fire Assurance Co., W. & 0. 
Eendell, agents 

Standard Fire and Life A&eurance Co., 
II J. Stabb, agent 

Artists, Photographic, &c. 

LYON E. W., 206 Water st 
Lyon Eobert, 4 Beck's cove 
PARSONS S. H., 310 Water st 
Wood J. P., 1T8 Water st 

Auctioneers. 

Bown G. F., 1 MoBride's hill 
CARBERRY P. R, 2 Beck's cove 
Clift T. W., 142 Water st 
Dickenson H. K., 127 Water st 



Dryer & Greene, Market house, Water 

st 
GILLARD & SMITH, 227 Water st 
Iloarn P. &T., 129 Water st 
More W. H., & Son, 183 Water st 
PittsJ.&W., 261 Water at 
SPRY T. W., Beck's cove 
Prowso R., & Son, 225 Wat^r st 
Simau John S., 1 Presoott sfc 

Bakers, General. 

AYRE J. B. & G., 46 New Gower st 
Bowdcn Robert, 14 New Gower st 
Calleton John, 110 Duckworth st, cor 

Cochrane st 
Doady W. M., 132 New Gower st 
Furlong Lawrence, Duckworth st n 

Custom house 
Egan J., 113 New Gower st 
Fitzpatrick J., o7 New Gower st 
Flaherty Edward, 19 New Gower st 
MITCHELL THOMAS, 1 Queen's 

road 
Patterson — , Duckworth st, n Prescott 

at 
St. John F., 112 Water st 

Bakeries, Biscuit. 

BROWNING G., & SON, Water stW 
Harvey & Co,, Water st E 
MURRAY JAMES, Rennie's Mile 
road. Si John st E, and Water st W 

Blacksmiths. 

Buckley Pat, Williams st off Water st 
Bate Moses, George st n Adelaide st 
Carroll Andrew, 30 Prescott st 
Grossman Aaron, 5 Prescott st 
Drowns J., Pokeham path, n S. S. 

bridge 
Kinsella John, 6 Bcck'.s cove 
McGrath William, 46 Water st E 
McLarty William, 2 Holdsworth st 
MuUoy Edward, 2 McBride't bill 



BUSINESS AND CLASSIFIED 



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Dl tEOTORY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Mullowney Josoph, Wntor sfc W 
Popo John, 47 Ooorgo st 
Pope Win., 145 New Gowur st 

Boarding Houses. 

Coushlan William, 163 Duckworth st 
Coriuiick Mr?., Water st 
Alorry Benj. S., Collins block, Duck- 
worth st 
Eochford Miss, 342 Wiitcr st 
Simms Mrs. Geo., Water st 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

AKCiriBALD M., 371 Water st 
CALLAHAN WILLIAM, 180 Water 

•Rt 
Coinerfonl A., A Son, 20 New Gowcr st 
Connors M., New Gowor st 
Daily Patrick, 270 Duckworth st 
Didham J., 100 New Gowcr st 
Down iio^cr, 20 New Gower st 
Down Robert, 322 Water st 
English J.. 266 Water st 
Graham K., 166 Water st 
Ilellicr John, 206 Duckworth st 
Holland John, Now Gower st 
Kohoo M., Water st 
Kvj'ly Thon., 146 Duckworth st 
O'Kcgan A. & T., 184 Water st 
O'Rcgan J., 370 Water st 
'Pelly F. W., 186 Water st 
Rafiis Jas., 210 Water st 
SMITH ROBERT, 118 Water st 
Sutton James, 42 New Gower st 
Trellij^an J., 34 New Gower st \ 

\Vadden John, 256 Water st 
Waddeu Nicholas, 414 Water st 
Walsh M., 14 Water st W 

Butchers. 

Biimbrick Michael, 30 Water st W 
Bricn Thomas, 338 Water st 
Bricn Eedmond, 190 Water st 
Buckmaster Patrick, 242 Water st 
Connors Mich., 154 and 156 Water st 
Colbert James, 25 New Gower st 
Cook William, 278 Water st 
Connolly Michael, cor Prescott and 

Duckworth sts 
Courtenay Eichard, 410 Water s^ 
Doolcy Dennis, 110 Water st 
Dooley Patrick, 170 Duckworth st 
Doder Henry, 350 Water st 
Bales Samuel A., 190 New Gower st 
Ebsary Mark, 382 Water st 
Eagan Patrick, 22 New Gower st 



Fitzgerald Edward, 164 Duckworth st 
Fitzgerald John, 36 Cochrane st 
Fogarty Joseph, 3 Adelaide st 
Glasgow John, 396 Water st 
Hayes Thos., 118 New Gower st 
Ilasey John, 14 Adelaide st * 
Keete Michael, 398 Water st 
Moore James, 22 Signal Hill road 
Neaglo John, 69 New Gowcr st 
O'Regan John, 160 Water st 
Summers Thomas, 320 Water st 
Summers Patrick, Queen's road n 

Prescott st 
Summers John, 200 Duckworth st 

Cabinetmakers, &c. 

BETH TINE & PAIR, 218 Duck- 
worth st 

Beams Thos., 2.54 Water st 

Colo T. H., 71 Gower st 

Collins C. & A , New Gowcr st W 

Daymond Wm., 274 and 270 Duck- 
worth st 

GOFF WILLIAM, 2 Prescott st 

HAGERTY PATRICK, 15 Queen st 

Popo Henry, 59 George st 

Tliompson A., 230 Water st 

Weir W. E.,, Gowcr st 



I 



China and Glassware Dealers. 

Bolt S., 208 Water st 
Filmore Geo., 386 Water st 
Martin J. H., 100 Water st 

Confectioners. 

AYRE J. G. & B., 46 New Gower and 

Water st 
Foran J. W., 103 Water st 
H or wood J., 155 Water st 
Ln»h J. & G., 303 Water st 

Coopers. 

Boggan Francis, 40 Prescott st 
BOGGAN JOHN, 281 Gower st 
Boggan Richard, Gower st 
Buckley James, 28 Duckworth st 
Buckley Thos., 30 Duckworth st 
Bolt William, Patrick st 
Blacklen Thomas, South side 
Comerford Lawrence, 151 Duckworth 

st 
Collins Mich: 1, Brion st n Convent 
Curren Michael, Carters hill 
Corbett Thomas, 2 Dicks sq 
Corbett William, Freshwater road 
Colton John, South side 



BUSINESS AND CLASSIFIED 



DIUECTiUlY OK NEWFOUNDLAND. 



(/ousins Kdwnrd, South side 
Punn Thomas, 130 Water st 
Kllard Michael, 254 Gowcr st 
Fitzgerald Michael, Ciirtcr's hill 
Fitzhenry Miles, Carter's hill 
Feehan J., 18 Buchanan st 
(^lalway Nicholas, 4 Pokeham path 
(Jallavan William, 2fi Duckworth st 
Tfaycs Michael, 29 Cochnmo st 
Ilaycs Iilchard, Queen's brid;;o 
Keough Patrick, 47 Prcscott st 
Larkin John, Pokeham path 
Moore J., Limekiln hill 
Moore .7ose|ih, Patrick f-t 
McNAMAHA AUSTLN. Gowcr st 
l*ower & Kenny, (lower st 
Power l*Iichael, Buchanan st 
Power John, jr., Prcscott st 
I'rior MattliL'w, 158 Water st W 
Warren Kdward, South side 
Withy com be — f v 

AVithycombo — 
Dentists. 

BARBETTE DR., 230 Water st 
Burns l)r., 2U8 Water st 
Distillers, &c. 

Bennett C. F., Sc Co., Water st W 
liindberp: & Backstrum, Signal hill road 
Mineral Water Co., Queen's road cor 

Duckworth st 
SKATED WATia? CO., 150 Duck- 
worth st 

Drapers. 

AYRE & MARSHALL, 231 and 235 

Water st 
BairdBros., 187 Water st 
Baird James, 217 Water st 
BERNE Y & FrrZGIBBON, 283 

Water st 
Bowring Brothers, 271 Water st 
Boyden James, 285 Water st 
CliOWN, GIBB & CO., 127 Water st 
Craig William, 373 Water st 
DUDER EDWIN, 363 Water et 
FINLAY J. N., 181 Water st 
FIRTH W. R., & CO., 345 Water st 
Goodfcllow & Co., 319 Water st 
GRIEVE WALTER, & CO., 186 

Water st 
Ilut chins Philip, 223 Water et 
Jordan P., & Sons, 222 Water st 
Kitchio Wra., 238 Water st 
MoDOUGALL & TEMPLETON 

299 Water et 



MONRORM., 327 Water 8t 
O'Brien L., & Co., 101 Water st 
O'Dwyer R., 291 Water st 
Peters it Badcock, 189 andl9i Water si 
Sclater David, Itll Water st 
8HARPE, KELLY & CO., 279 

Water st 
SlIIRRAN & PIPPY, 315 and 317 

Water st 
8ILLARS A., 315 Water st 
STEER JOHN. 379, 381 and 383 

Water st 
STEWART J. & W., 359 Water st 

Druggistp, 

DEARTNJ. J., 162 Water 8t 
McMUHDO TIIOS., & CO., 210 and 

212 Water st 
O'MaraJ. T., 129 Water st 

Engineers, &o. 

ANGEli — , St. John.s loundiy, Patrick 

st N 
ANGEL JAMES, Victoria foundry, 

Water st W 
McTAGGART &GEJHMEL, Engine 

and Boiler foundry. Water st E 
SMYTH M. F., Duckworth st n Cus- 
tom liouso 

Furniture Dealers. 

Beams Thomas, 139 Water st 
DAYMOND WILLIAM, Duckworth 

st n McBride's hill 
HAGERTY PATRICK, 115 Queen 

st 
Martin J. H., k Co.. W^atcr st 

Grocers. •'; 

Baird James, 217 Water st ^, 

Baldwin Joseph, 144 Water .st 
Callahan James, 107 Water st 
Callen William, 349 Water .st " 

CURREN J. B., Water st W, n S S 

bridge 
Dalton John, 172 Water st W 
Edens John A., 153 and 155 Water 

stE 
ELMSLEY GEORGE, 193 Water st 
Farrell Michael, 161 Duckworth st 
Ilogan Patrick, 201 Water st 
Hogan & Caddigan, 446 Water et 
llally William D., 140 New Gowcr et 
Hutton George, 9 King's road 
Kiely James, Duckworth st n Mc- 
Bride's hi!l 



BUSiNEHM AND C'LAHUlFIhn 



8 



J>iUK( TORY OF NEWFOUNA>LAND. 



McCarthy JOHN, 480 Wntor Bt 
Mttllowncy Mrs., 241 Water si 
Morrison W. D., 301 Water Pt 
Murray Jatucs, 49 Water et W 
Mitchell Bros,, 427 Water Bt 
O'Mara Thonms, Wator Bt 
Tarker W. & L., 331 Water Bt 
riiclan Tiinotliy, 2 Adelaide at 
Phelan James, 1G4 Water st 
llankin Charles, Adehtido st 
lloj?«rson J. J., 3G0 Water st' 
llANKIN C. B., 361 Water st 
SEYMOUR 11. W., 347 Water st 
Sinnot David. Duckworth st 
Smith Kdward, 149 Water st 
Tobin IMichael, 380 Water st 
Tobin W. & J., 172 Duckworth st 
Tarrehin John, 93 Water st 
Vcalc Walter, 151 Duckworth st 
WALSH W. P., 147 Vvrater st 
WHITE LAWRENCE, 291 Water st 
White Phih'p 1)., 37 Water st W 
WITUYCOMBE J. D., Water st W 

Hairdressers, &o. 

BLACKWOODA.&R., 240 Water 8t 
Ileffers R., 206 Water st 
THOMAS N., 157 Water st 

Harnessmakers, &;o. 

Daily John, Duckworth st, near T. A. 

& B. S. Hall's 
MoGrath William, 208 Water st 
McKenzie John, Water st 
Scott John P., 342 Water st 

Hardware Dealers. 

Bowring Brothers, 271 Water st 
ColHsD. H.,221 Water st 
Gear Georpre, 213 Water st 
GLEESON JAMES, 105 and 107 

Water st 
HOWLEY JOHN, 339 Water st 
Hutchins Philip, 223 Water st 
Martin J. H., & Co., 145 Water st 
NEYLB RICHARD, 234 Water st 
PARKER W. & L., 331 Water st 
O'Brien L., & Co., Water st 
POWER EDWARD, 220 Water st 

Hotels. 

ATLANTIC, J. W. Foran, 102 Water 

st 
Albert, John Tobin, 5 Beck's cove 
British house, New Gower st, n Theatre 

hill 



Knight's home, S. Knight, 1 73 Wotor st 
Mansion hou3c, Mrs. Iliggins, CoUiufl' 

buildings, Duckworth st 
Victoria house, Waldegrave fit 

Joiners, Sio. 

Coleman John, George's town 

Carew John, Military road 

Campbell — , 86 Queen'3 road, n VVcs- 

leynn church 
Davey William, 173 Gower st 
Duano Philip, Water Bt AV 
EARLE HENRY, 14 British sq 
Harris William, Prcscott st 
Halloran Jeremiah, Gower st 
Kickham Charles, Nunnery hill 
Knight A. 

O'Grady William, 2 Cochrane et 
Power John, 28 Prcscott st 
Southoott J. & W., 56 and 58 Prcscott 

st 
Withyoombe John, South side 
WITHYCOMBE J. D., Water st W 
AVhitten & Power 

Leatherware Dealers. 

ARCHIBALD — , 371 Water st 
BARNSTEAD GEO., & SON, 208 

Water st 
Martin J. D., 139 Water st ,^ 

Lumber Merchants. 

BOYD J. & W., 327 Water st 
Clift, Wood & Co., Water st 
COLLINS J. R., & CO., Water st 
Winsor & Vallance, Water st W .*. 

Merchants, Commission. ,r 

Bown G. F., McBride's hill 
BOYD J. & W., 327 Water st 
CARBERRY P. F., Beck's cove 
Clift, Wood & Co., Cliffs cove 
Clift T. W., 142 Water st 
COLLINS J. R., & CO., Water st 
Dickenson H. K., 127 Water st 
Dwyer & Greene, Market house 
Edcns John A., 153 and 155 Water st 
GILLARD & SMITH, 227 Water st 
Hay ward Geo. J., 253 VV^ater et 
Iloarn J. & T., 139 Water et 
Lcmessurier & Knight, 169 Water st 
MORE W. H., & SON, 183 Water st 
Meehan Edward, 153 Water st 
Molloy T. N., & Co., 91 Wator st 
Morrison W. D., 301 Water st 
Pitt? J. &W., 261 Water st 



BUSINESS AND CLASSIFIED 



DIRECTORY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Prowse R., & Son, 227 Water et 
Rondell W. & G., 82 Water «t 
SPRY T. W., Beck's cove 
Siiuins John S., 1 Prescoit M 
ST ABB HENRY J., 85 Water st 
Woods John, 5 Water at 

Merohants, General. 

AYRB & MARSHALL, 231 and 

235 Water st 
BAINE, JOHNSTON & CO., 205 

Water st 
Bennett C. F., & Co., 385 Water st 
Baird Brothers, 187 Water st 
Bowring Brothers, 271,273 and 275 

Wnter at 
Boyd A MoDougftll, 337 Watei st 
Brvden James, 285 Water st 
CliVt, V/ood & Co., Water st, n Mar- 
. kct house 
DUDKR EDWIN, 353 Water at 
FINLAY J. N., 275 Water st f 
Fox James, 129 Water st ♦ 

FURLONG BROS. ' 

Ooodfellow & Co., 241 Water st 
GoodriJge Alan, & Sons, 325 Water st 
GRIKVE WALTER, & CO., 185 

Water st 
Harvey E., & Co., 109 Water st 
Hutchins Philip, 223 and 225 Water st 
Job Brothers & Co., 143 Water st 
Killegrow William, 341 Water st 
Lemcssurier & Knight, 169 Water st 
MARCH STEPHEN, 89 Water et 
MONROE M., Water st 
O'Brien L., & Co., 101 Water st 
O'Dwyer R., 291 Water st 
Rogerson P., & Son, 399 Water st 
Shea Ambroee, 82 Water st i 
SILLARS A., Water st 
Stabb, Row & Holmwood, 307 Water st 
STEER JOHN, 379, 381 and 383 

Water st 
STEWART J. & W., 359 Water st 
Tessier P. & L., 307 Water st 

Millinery, &c. 

FINLAY J. N., 181 Water st 
Goss Mrs. D., 280 Water at i { 
Goss Mrs. J., 218 Water st 
Mulloy Mrs., Carter's hill 
Peters, Badoook&('o. (Misses Roche), 

189, 190 and 191 Water st 
SHARPE MRS., 279 Water st 
SHIRRAN MRS., 315 ^aud 317 

Water st 



Painters, House, Sign, Jto. 

Collier John, Meeting House hill 

Carnell Henry, TVescott st 

Hanley Richard, Duckworth st E, n 

Fort Townshcnd 
Hodder VVm., & Sons, Prescott at 
McKenzie Thomas, Water st 
Mullowney & Gamberg, Long's hill 
Stidslow Joh-J, 9 Dick's sq 
Udlo John, 175 Gower st 
Walsh Francis, Theatre hill 

Plumbers. 

ELLIS CHARLES, 292 Water at 
Foster H. H., 214 Duckworth st 
Tucker E. F., MoBride's hill 
Wills John, 398 Water ot 

Pump and Block Makers. 

DUCHEMIN J. L., 3G6 Water st 
JANES JOHN, Duckworth st 
Myler Thos., 340 Water at 

Sailmakera. 

Armstrong W., Duckworth st 
Dicks George, 20 New Gower st 
Forward George, 8 King's road 
HUTCIIINGS CHAS. 
Sliamler James, 3 Duckworth st 
WILLARD — , McBride's hill 

Sculptors, &;c. 

Adams 

Donelly John, Cochrane st 

HAG WILLIAM, Duckworth st, opp 

T. A. & B. S. Hall 
MoKein R. A., 273 Gower st 
SKINNER JOHN, Duckworth st 
Smith Alexander, 276 Gower st 
Shipwrights. 

Condon Daniel, Beck's cove 
Condon Samuel 

Martin Adam, Gower st ^trt J 

Saunders Peter, Carter's liill 
Watkins Abel, 10 Adelaide st 

Stationers, &o. 

Chisholm C. F., 175 Water st 
COLEMAN P. W., 365 Water st 
Dicks & Brace, 202 Water st 
Fenelon M., 280 Water st 
McConnon Thos., 148 Water st 
Rouse Mrs., 305 Water st 

Stonemasons. 

BURRIDGE THOS., Signal hill road 
Connick Edward, 19 New Gower st 



BUSINESS AN1» CLASSIFIED 



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DIRECTORY OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Garret Sninuel, Fort Townshend 
Kelly William, Water st 
Kenny William, New Gower st 
O'i^eil Thomas, Water st 

Tailors. 

Berrigan Patk. 

Cassidy Patrick, 308 Water Pt 
CHAMBERS JOHN, 120 Water st 
Cox James, 164 Water st 
Curran John, Water st 
Darcey & Dunsterville, Water st 
Dennehy Cornelius, 182 Water st 
Gladney M., 282 Water st • 
Galway Dennis, 352 Water st 
Goss John, 218 Water st 
Haberlin S., 254 Water st 
JORDAN P., & SONS, 222 W^ater st 
Kelly P., 284 Water st 
Kennedy P., 276 Water st 
Kitchin Wm., 238 Water st 
McGrath Michael, 165 Water st 
McGrath John, 13 Princess st 
Mellis James, 236 Water st 
Murray Thomas, 212 Water st 
O'Kean Owen, Wuter st 
Patrick John, 53 Victoria st 
Robertson J., 296 Water st 
, Ryall Thomas, 180 Duckworth st 
Voisey John, 57 Gower st 
Webber G. T., 96 New Gower st 

Tin, She«t Iron & Copper Workers. 

, Allan & Goudie, Water st 
COOPER JOSEPH, Water st 
Elliott James, Water st ^■ 

Gear George, 213 and 349 Water st 

• Gushue — , Water st 

PEACE EOBT., & CO., 199 Water st 
Pennock j 

Sheean John, Water st W 

Undertakers. 

Carew John, Military road 
Carnel Samuel, 114 Duckworth st 
Herder H. G., Gower st 
McGRATH THOS, 115 Duckworth st 
Power John, 28 Prescott st 

Watchmakers, &c. 

Earle R. H., 216 Water st 
English William, 266 Water st 
Langmead George, 304 Water st . 
LINDBERG JOHN, 171 Water st 
Lindberg Charles, Water st 
LYON HK^RY, 366 Water st 



SCOTT J. A., Water st 
WHITEFORD J. & W., 224 Water st 

Wheelwrights, &c. 

Carnell Samuel, 214 Duckworth st 
FURLONG BROTHERS, Duck- 
worth ftt 
Herder H. G., Gower st, n Temperance 

hall 
McGRATH THOS., 215 Duckworth st 
MTNICH&WINSOR, Military road 

Wines and Spirits, Betail. 

Anderson John, 258 Water st 
Baird James, 217 W^ater st 
Barron Mrs., 136 Water st 
Brennan Edward, 190 Water st 
Brophy Stephen, Limekiln hill 
Cantwell James, 363 W^ater st 
Cantwell John, 252 Water st 
Cahill Joseph, 267 Water st W 
Carter John, 30 New Gower st 
Cash Mrs., 188 Water st 
Chafe — , 376 Water st 
ConoUy Lawrence, 82 Military road 
Cooney M. J., 42 Water st W 
Corbett William, Cookestown 
Crane John, Water st cor Job's lane 
Crotty Mrs., Signal hill road 
Cullen William, 348 Water st 
Cuddihy Thomas, 72 Duckworth st 
Da vies John, 124 Water st 
Deady Thomas, 163 Water st 
Devine James, 317 Water st 
Donovan John, 168 Duckworth st 
Dooling John, 160 Water st 
Duggan Henry, 99 Water st 
T/uggan Bridget, 206 Water st 
Elmsley Geo., 305 Water st 
Feehan John, 58 Water st W 
Flannery James, 226 Water st 
Flynn Maurice, 374 Water st 
Foran J. W., 103 Water st 
Ford E., South side 
Galway Mrs., 378 Water st 
Hammond Mrs., 28 Military road 
Hawe Thomas, 28 New Duckworth 
Hennessy James, 130 Duckworth st 
Hogan Patrick, 312 Water st 
Ifory Richard, 94 Prescott st 
Jocclyn John, Quidi Vidi 
Keating Thomas, 134 Water st 
Kean Charles, 300 Water st 
Laracy James, 324 Water st 
Lash J. & G., 305 Water st 



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DIRECTORY OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Leamy Thomas, 363 Water st 
Leary John, 32 Gower st 
Leo — , 53 Duckworth st 
Linejjar Mrs., 122 Duckworth st 
MacKay VVm., 27r» Water st W 
McCarthy John, 144 Water st 
McCourt Philip, 282 Water st 
McGrath T., George's town 
McGrath Mrs., 10 Queen st 
McKay James, 239 Water st 
Maher Edward, 198 Water st 'T.i 
Meehan Putk., 388 Water st 
Meehan Mrs., 3 Kennie's Mill road 
Moore Solomon, 252 Water st 
Murphy Patrick, 392 Water st 
Murphy Richard, 168 Water st W 
O'Donnell James, 290 Water st 
O'Dwyer John, 166 Duckworth st 
O'Neil Thomas, 140 Water st 
Phelan James, 164 Water st 



Phelan Timuthy, 338 Water at » 

Power M. A., 128 Water st 
Power James, 190 New Gower st 
Power Edward, 371 New Gower st 
Power Michael, 42 Cochrane st 
Prendergast Wm., 192 New Gower st 
Rankin Charles, 288 Water st 
Kaftis Mrs. C, 323 Water st W 
Sheean John, Water st W 
Tobin Michael, 337 Water st 
Torpey Mrs., Mill lane 
Thorburn William, 362 Water st. 
Trelligan Francis, 12 Queeu st 
Wadden Ellen, 410 W^utcr st 
Walsh William, Patrick st ' 

Walsh Wm. L., 119 Duckworth st 
Walsh Mrs., 386 Water st 
Walsh Wm., 92 Military road 
Walsh Mary, F. W. Fort Townsen* 
Yilleneuve A., 274 Water st 



ST. JOHNS. 



Religious, Charitable and Benefit 
Societies. 

Benevolent Irish Society 
^ Bible Society, St. John's and N. F. 
Auxiliary 
Dorcas Society i , ^ 

Industrial Society ;. 
Mechanics Society , ,, 

Newfoundland British Society 
Newfoundland Fishermen's Society 
Shipwrights' Bene6t Society 
Sons of Temperance, Grand Division 
St. Vincent De Paul Society (Ladies) 
St. Vincent De Paul Society 
Star of the Sea Association 
St. Andrew's Society 
St. George's Society 
Total Abstinence and Benefit Society 
Total Abstinence and Benefit Juvenile 
Society 



United Fishermen's Society 

Local Companies and Societies. ^ 

Agricultural Society 

Commercial Society ' 

Dredge- Boat Company 

Floating Dry Dock Companyr 

General Water Company 

St. John's Boot and Shoe ManuiSetrnf- 

ing Company 
St. John's Gas Light Componj 
St. John's Steam Tug Company 
Betts Cove Mining Company 
Union Mining Tilt Cove Company 

Fire Companies. 

Phoenix Volunteer Company 
Cathedral Volunteer Brigade - 



HARBOR GRACE. 



Blacksmiths. 

Barnes Geo., Le Marchant »t 
Strathie John, Le Marchant st 
Tapp John, Noad st 
Tapp Wm., Water st 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 
Barry John, Harvey st 
Goff John, Water st 



Grubert John, Water st 
Grubert Wm., Water st 
Morris John, Water st 

Butchers. 

Hogan John, Water st 
Lahey Richard, Water st 
Lahey Robert, Water st 
Walsh Robert, Water st 



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DIRECTORY OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Cabinetmakers. 

Coady Francifl, Water st 
Parsons Alexander, Water st 
Parsons Edward, Water st 

Carpenters. 

Putters John, Wnter st 
Ilutchings Jag., Water st '' 
Mitcliell John, Beach 
Ifewhook Eobert, Marsh 
Pynn Au'^ustus, Queen st 
Kogers p]dward, Courage's B 
Spence John, Cochrane st 

Coopers, 

Cojidy John, Kiver head 
Cuady Thomas, River head 
Flynn Michael, Water st 
Fletcher Daniel, Harvey st 
Ford William, Harvey st / 

Orubert Michael, Harvey st 
Innott Joseph, Old Carbonear road 
Pholan James, Queen st ... 

Pichards John, Beach 

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Druggist. 

W. H. Thompson, Water st 

Engineers. , 

Makinson George, Victoria st ; 

Martin Frederick, Caplin cove « 

Merchants. 

Greene Daniel, Water st 
Hippesley James, Water st " ' 

Jillard John P., Water st ',, 

Jillard — . Water st ,V 

Munn John, Water st ^ ' 

. Munn Bobt., Hurvey st 
Munn Wm., Water st 
Patterson John, Water st 
Eoss C. W., Water st '' 

Ross Thos. J., Water st ^ 

Rutherford Andrew, Cochrane st 
Rutherford George, Water st 

Physicians and Surgeons. 
Allan Wm., Harvey st 
Allan Wm. M., Water st 

Planters, 

Alcock Azariah, Water st 
Alcock Mark, Ship's head 
Andrews Stephen, Water st 
Brien Michael, Le Marchant st 
Davis Nathaniel, Caplin cove 
Davis Wm., South side 



Davis Wm., Main st 
Fitzgerald Michael, Noad st 
Gordon Samuel, Water st 
Green Thomas, Water st 
Green John, Water st 
Green John, Bannerman st 
Heater Geo., Caplin cove 
Henessy John, Water st 
Keefe James, Water st 
Lindsay James, Caplin cove 
Lynch Thomas, Caplin cove 
Martin Joshua, Martin's brook 
Noel Jonathan, South side 
O'Niel Dennis, South side 
Parsons Edward, South side 
Parsons George, Bear's cove 
Parsons James, South sido 
Parsons John, Water st 
Parsons Jonathan, Bear's cove 
Parsons Joshua, Hill 
Parsons Joshua, Martin's brook 
Parsons M oses, South side 
Parsons Nathaniel, South side 
Parsons Thomas, Otterbury 
Parsons Thos. G., Otterbury 
Parsons Tobias, Stretton's hill 
Parsons William, Otterbury 
Pike Charles, Ship's head 
Pumphrey John, Water st 
Pumphrey Jeremiah, Main st 
Pumphrey William, Main st 
Ryan John, Water st 
Sogers Eli, Ship's head 
Sinnott Martin, Victoria st 
Scully Thomas, Hill 
Scully John, College road 
Stevenson John, River head 
Stevenson William, River head 
StrappJohn, Main st 
Taylor John, South side 
Taylor Samuel, Bear's cove 
Taylor William, Bear's cove 
Whiteway George, Caplin cove 
Whiteway John, Caplin cove 

Shipwright. 

Warren William, Ship's head 

Shopkeepers. 

Glendon William, Water st 
Godden Thomas, Water st 
Jarvis Jamei, Water st 
Jones — , Water st 
Quinton Edward W., Water st 
Quinton Thomas, Water st 



BUSINESS AND CLASSIFIED 13 DIRECTORY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Taylor Henry, Noad st 
Trapnell John, Water st 
Trapnell Henry, Water st 

Tailors. 

Lynch John, Water st 
Maddigan Eichard, Water fit 
McKinnon Murdoch, Water st 
Shortia M., Water st 

Tinsmith. 
Kennedy C. L., Water st 

Traders. 
Anderson Robert, Water st 
Bulger James, Water st 
Butt Willi'^m, Water st 
Butt William, jun., Cochrane st 
Cairns Thomas M., Water st 



Crane John, Cochrane st 
Parsons Mark, M ain st 
Parsons Willis, Water st 

Wine and Spirit Dealers, Lice- sed. 

Callahan James, Water st 
Coady John, Water st 



Colbert Philip, Water st 



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Parsons Ebenezer, Water st 
Shea Dennis, Main st 
Shea John, Carbonear road 
Walsh Mark, Water st 

Hairdresser. 

Blackwood Daniel, Water st 
Hotel. * 

Collins Terence, Water st 



' ^ HARBOR GRACE 

Religious and Charitable Societies. 



Benevolent Irish Society, Conception 

Bay 
British Society, Conception Bay 
Catholic Irit>h Society, Conception 

Bay 
Dorcas Society, Harbor Grace 



Total Abstinence and Benefit Societj, 

Harbor Grace 
Total Abstinence and Benefit Juvenile 

Society 
Local Companies and Societies. 
Harbor Grace Gas Lighting Uc. 
Harbor Grace Water Company . , i 



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CAT'S COVE. 



Planters. 



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Back J. 
Caen Daniel 
Curran Patrick 
Dunn Michael 
Guahuc William 
Griffin Richard 
Hart Edward 
Lacy Michael 
Lanassy John 
Lewis Moses 
Mahony Philip 
Mahony Philip, jun. 
Murphy James 
Power Patrick 
St. John Edward 
St. John Thomas 
St. John Thomas 
Wade James 
Wade Maurice 
Woodford James 



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HARBOR MAIN, 
Planters 

Conway Nicholas iV ''■'■ 
Corbett Edward .,,,,, 
Corbett Thomas ' '■ 
Costello Daniel •. • 

Costifjan Thomas 
Crawley James 
Donelly James 
Duggan Thomas 
Ezekiel Michael 
Ezekiel Thomas 
Fardy Jiftwronce 
Fardy Mortimer 
Fary Charles 
Fary John 
Gorman Michael 
Gorman Walter 
Hancow Thomas 
Hickey John 
Hickey Patrick 
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BUSINESS AND CLASSIFIED 14 DIRECTORY OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 


Joy John 


Veitch George 


Joy Michael 


Veitch Philip 


Joy vVilliara 


Wall Garret 


Keating John 


Walsh James 


Keefe Thomas 


Walsh Michael 


Kennedy John 


Walsh Thomas 


Moore James 




Pennell James 


MIDDLE BIGHT. 


Pennell Joseph 


Planters. 


Sliney Daniel 


Batten James 


Sliney Thomas 
Sullivan Cornelius 
Sullivan Daniel 
Sullivan John 
•Sullivan Timothy 


Batten Joseph 
Batten William 
Taylor Abraham 
Taylor Jacob 


Wall Michael 


SALMON COVE. 


"Walsh Jam-^s 




Walsh John 


Planters. 


Woodford Mii-haol 


Batten Patrick 


. Woodford Samuel 


Cahill William 


Woodford William 


Costello MichacP 


HOLYROOD. 


Flannigan Patrick 




Kehoe James 


ijeianters. 


Kelly Joseph 


" Bennett John 


Mason Joseph 


Brown Jamea 


Mulloy Thomas 


Joy John 


Moore James ' 


Kennedy John 


Moore William 


Lewis John 


Penny John 


Taplin James — 


Sevier Joseph / 



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BRIG US. 

Merchants and Traders. 

ButJer Thomas 
Butler Benjamin 
Butler Thomas 
IFaraday James 
'Seamon Robt. J. C. 
Smith James 
Smith Nicholas 

:Flanters. 

Antell Thomas 
Antell William 
JVspell James 
liarnes William 
Bartlett Abraham 
Bartlett Abraham, jun. 
Bartlett John 
Bartlett John, jun. 



Bartlett Joseph 
Bartlett Joseph, jun. 
Bartlett Levi 
Breaker James 
Bride Thomas 
Burke James 
Byrne John 
Clarke Caleb 
Clarke Charles, sen. 
Clarke Isaac 
Clarke Moses 
Clarke Robert 
Clarke Samuel 
Clarke William, sen. 
Cote William 
Curtis Thomas 
Donavan John 
Ddwlen James 
Dowlen Stephen 
Farrell Edward 



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DIRECTORY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 






Field William 

Fling Patrick 

French William 

Gaul Thomas 

Gushue Charles 

Gushue George, sen. 

Gushue James 

Haberline Patrick 

Hanrahan John 

Harvey Job 

Hiscock Edwin 

Hiscock Thomas 

Hiscock William 

James Thomas 

Jamieson Joseph 

Janes Stephen 

Kelly James 

King Henry 

King Eichard 

King Samuel 

King Thomas 

Keough Thomas 

Legnos Thomas 

Madden Thomas 

Mosdell Thomas 

Norman John 

Norman Nathan 

Payne Thomas 

Pearoy David 

Pearcy H«nry 

Pearcy Henry 

Pearoy John * 

Pearcy Joseph 

Pearcy Nathan f> < 

Pearcy Stephen 

Pearcy William J. 

Penny Matthew 

Power Reuben 

Quinlan Peter 

Eabbits Nathaniel M. H. A. 

Roberts Alfred ^ 

Roberts Edward 

Roberts Esau 

Roberts Jacob 

Roberts Job 

Roberts John 

Roberts Joseph 

Roberts Joshua 

Roberts Simon 

Roberts William 

Rose Simon 

Rose William 

Saunders James 

Shea Cornelius 

Shcoan Edward 



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Sparks James 
Sparks John 
Sparks Stephen 
Spraklin John 
Spraklin Richard 
Spraklin Thomas 
Spraklin William 
Trichard William 
Walker James 
Walker Richard 
Walsh Richard 
Washer Samuel 
Watts Henry 
Way Thomas 
Way William 
Welsh John 
Welsh Moses 
Welsh William 
Whelan David 
Wilcox John 
Wilcox John, J. P. 
Wilcox Samuel 
Wilcox Thomas 
Wilcox William 
Youden Henry 
Youden Philip 



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Planters. 



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Breen James 
Breen John 
Byrne James ' 
Byrne Richard 
Colbiduck Robert 
Delany Patrick 
Dunn Patrick 
Dunn Thomas 
Dunn William 
Etchingwan Martin 
H ayes James 
Hind Thomas 
Kelly William 
Le Drew Abraham 
Le Drew Francis 
Le Drew Isaao 
Le Drew John 
Le Drew Philip 
Le Drew Samuel 
Le Drew Solomon ' 
Le Drew Tobias 
Lowergan Edward 
Norman James 
Noseworthy William 
Power James 
Seerick Daniel 



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Sheppard William 


Conolly John 




Smith Alfred 


Dawe Charles 


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Smith George 


Dawe Jonathan 


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Spracklen Frederick 


Dawe Eobert 


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Spracklen Jonathan 


Fowler William 




Spracklen Simon 


Hussey Thomas 




Spracklen William 


Morgan George 




Taylor Isaac 


PORT BE GRAVE, 




Taylor John 






Taylor Eobert 


Merchants and Traders. 




Webber Henry 


Bussey George 




Wells Henry 


Forward 0. H. 




Wells James 


Kenny Patrick 




Wells Samuel 
Wells Mrs., & Sons 


Planters. .... 


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Whelan William 


Bussy Abraham 


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Butler Charles 


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CUPIDS TO NORTH RIVER. 


Butler Jabee v ujo* > 






Butler James 


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Planters. 


Butler Robert 


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Bishop Edward 


Dawe Henry 




Bishop George 


Hampton John 




Bishop John 


Hussey George 




Bishop Joseph 


Hussey John 




Bussey Joseph 


Mugford Charles -^x . 




Buasey Thomas 


Mugford John 




Butler Abraham 


Mugford William 




Butler William 


Eichards Abraham 


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CARBONEAR. 


Bemister Edward 


Merchants and Traders. 


Bingham James 


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Anderson Eobert 


Bishop George 
Bransfield John 


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Apsey John F. 


Brennan Edward 


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Apsey & Co. 


Bridle William 




Bolmer Robert E. 


Brian Peter 




Bulger Michael 


Brown John 


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Coultas Miles 


Burke John 


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Duff & Bolmer 


Burke William 


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Forward Ambrose 


Burke George , 
Butt George 
Butt Terence 


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Gould Benjamin T. H. 


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Hawker William 


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Kennedy Thomas C. 


Butt William 


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Maddock John 


Cahill Edward 


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Maddock J. & R. 


Cahill John 




Pearce John 


Carroll Martin 




Eorke John M. H. A. 


Chubb George 




Planters. 


Clarke David 




Babb Eichard 


Clarke George 




Bailey Andrew 


Clarke Joseph 




Bakor William 


Clarke Moses 





BUSINESS AND CLASSIFIED 17 DIRECTORY OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Colbert John 
Colbert Peter 
Colborne Thomas 
Cole Henry 
Cole Eichard 
Connolly John 
Cooke John 
Cronan William 
Cullen Owen 
Davis Richard 
Davis Richard, juD. 
Davis William 
Davis William, sen. 
Dawley John 
Donelly Michael 
Dooley John 
Dooley John, jun. 
Dooley Michael 
Doyle James 
Doyle Maurice 
Doyle Michael 
Driscoll James 
Dunphy Patrick 
Dwyer Edward 
Earle George 
Earle Moses 
Evans Samuel 
Fogarty Patrick 
Forward Charles 
Forward George 
French George 
French Joseph 
Furlong James 
Furlong Walter 
Geary Thomas 
George Richard 
George Robert 
Gillott James 
Guess Patrick 
Guj William 
Hamilton Edward 
Hamilton Henry 
Hamilton Peter 
Hanrahan David 
Hanrahan Michael 
Hanrahan William 
Hartnell Michael 
Haskill John 
Hayden Edmund 
Hearne James 
Hennessey M-iurice 
Hyde Patrick 
Hogan Daniel 
Hogan John 
Hogan William 



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Holwell Henry 
Holwell James 
Holwell John 
Horwood Hugh 
Howell James 
Howell Robert 
Jlowell W^illiam 
Janes Daniel 
Jones Edward 
Joy Patrick 
Keanialey David 
Keefe Michael 
Keefe William 
Kelly James 
Kelly Michael 
Keneally John 
Kennedy John 
Keough Maurice 
Keough John 
Kelly John 
Laherty Dennis 
Lang Frederick 
Lang James 
Lang John 
Lang Richard 
Long Alfred 
Lundergan Peter 
Luther John 
Luther Stephen 
Luther Thomas 
Lynch John 
Maddock Patrick 
Mahoney Josiah 
Mansfield James 
Marshall Cleophas 
Marshall John 
Marshall Peter 
McCarthy Daniel 
McCarthy John 
McCarthy Patrick 
McGrath John 
Meaney Lawrence 
Meaney Patrick 
Mercy Thomas 
Moore Charles 
Mulcahy David 
Murpliy David 
Murphy Richard 
Murphy Richard, jun. 
Murray Michael 
Neagle James 
Neale James 
Gates Mark 
Parsons Joseph 
Parsons Samuel 



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Pearco Robert 
Pelljr Frederick 
Prendergast James 
Penny Stephen 
Penny William 
Penny William II. 
Pike Alfred 
Pike Charles 
Pike Charles 
Pike Edmund 
Pike Edward 
P.ke George 
Pike Henry 
Pike John 
Pike Moses 
Pike Moses, jun. 
Pomroy James 
Powell Elihu 
Powell Thomas 
Power John 
Priddle Jacob 
Priddle James 
Rendell George 
Rorke Patrick 
Rossiter Joseph 
Humson George 
Ryan Michael 
Shea Daniel 
Shea John 
Shea Patrick 
Soper George 
Sweeney Edward 
Sweeney James 
Sweeney Michael 
Sweeney Patrick 
Taylor Abel 
Taylor Albert 
Taylor Edward 
Taylor George 
Taylor Henry 
Taylor John 
Taylor John, jun. 



Taylor Joseph 
Taylor Joseph H. 
Taylor Mark 
Taylor Nathaniel 
Taylor Nicholas 
Taylor Stephen 
Taylor William 
Taylor William F. 
Taylor William, jun. 
Thistle David 
Thistle John 
Thistle Thomas 
Thoms Joseph 
Thomoy William 
Tobin Martin 
Tobin Peter 
Walls Samuel 
Walsh Walter 
Walsh William 
Westcote Joseph 
Whelan James >■ 

Whelan John 
White Michael 
Williams George 
Winsor Alfred 
Winsor George 
Winsor James 
Young John 

MOSQUITO. 
Planters. , 

Crane George 
Gordon George 
Hanrahan William 
Murpliy John 
Pike James 
Piddle Thomas 
Piddle James 
Pike Edward 
Pike John J 



BAY DE YERDS, (DISTRICT OF.) 



BAY DE VERBS. 



Planters. 

Barter William 
Blundon Charles 
Blundon John 
Blundon Stephen 
Blundon Thomas 
Broders John 
Cash Joseph 



Cash Eobert 
Cotter Edward 
Duffit John 
Duffit John, jun. 
Eady William 
Emberly John 
Emberly Joseph 
Emberly Stephen 
Emberly Thomas 
Fleming Michael 



BUSINESS AND CLASSIFIED 



19 



DIRECTORY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Garrett Jooas 
Hide Lawrence 
Jacobs George 
Jacobs James 
Jacobs Stephen 
Kay Lawrence 
Kay Patrick 
Keefe Thomas 
Lockyer Joseph 
Lockycr William 
Moore James 
Moore Thomas 
Murphy Daniel 
Neale Thomas 
Noon an Dennis 
North William 
Outbar James 
Itiggs William 
Stevens Henry 
Sutton Richard 
Whealan David 
Woodrow James 
Woodrow Richard 



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FRESUWATER. 



Planters. 

Bemister John 
Broders Joseph 
Butt Alfred 
Butt Charles 
Butt John 
Butt Nathaniel 
Callahan John 
Callahan Mark 
Clark John 
Davis Freeman 
Davis George 
Davis Jonathan 
Harvey John 



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Hillyard Henry 
Homer John 
Homer Stephen 
Homer Thomas 
Jcffers Joseph 
Joyce George 
Joyce Joseph 
Marshi.U James 
Moons Alfred 
Moons Charles of Wm. 
Moons Edmond 
Jloons George 
Moons James 
Moons John 
Moons John of Wm. 
Moons Joseph 
Moons Richard of John 
Moons Silas 
Moons Stephen 
Moons William 
Noel Charles 
Noel John 
Noel Richard 
Noel Thomas 
Parsons Alexander 
Parsons Edward 
Parsons Joseph 
Parsons Richard f i ' 
Parsons Samuel 
Parsons Thomas 
Parsons William ;".. 
Parsons William 
Penny Edward 
Pike Edward 
Pike Francis 
Pike George 
Pike Thomas 
Snow Frederick 
Snow Stephen 



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HANTS HARBOR. 
Merchants and Traders. 
Sheean John 
Watson Ellis 

Planters. 

Ellis James 
Reval James 

HEARTS CONTENT.. 

Merchants and Traders. 
Hopkins Joseph 



Moore James H. 
Perry Richard 
Rockwood Israel 
Warren John 

Planters. 

George Robert 
Hopkins Thomas 
LeggJJames 
Legg Thomas 
Murphy James 
Pierey William 
Piles Francis 



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DIRECTORY OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Rock wood Adam 
Jlowo Noah 
Savor Thomns 
Undcrry Albert 

OLD PERLICAK 

Merchants and Traders. 

Barrel Benjamin 
Bart JoHhua 
Boyd Joseph 

Planters. 

Barrett John 
Barrett Matthew 
Cooper Benjamin 
Day William 
Frowd John 
March James 
March Matthew 
Mnrch William 
Millar Thomas 



TRINITY. 

Merchants and Traders. 

Bremner Alesnnder 
Enrle Alonzo W. 
Oover Thomaa 
Guiere & Bremner 
Murphy Patrick 
Pittman Jopeph 
Pittman William 
Power William 
Page Jaraea 
Shears John C. 

Planters. 

Coleman Bartholomew 
Crocker Stephen 
Crocker William 
House William 
Locke David 
Morris Eobert 
White Robert 



BOJ^AYISTA, (DISTRICT OF.) 



BONAVISTA. 
Merchants and Traders. 

Abbott Stephen 
Brown William 
Estell Thomas 
Fitzgerald Charles 
Harris Thomas 
McGaihan Angus 
Eyan Michael 
Webber George 

Planters. 

Abbott Henry 
Abbott Jonathan 
Abbott Joseph 
Brown Joseph 
Brown Eobert 
Carroll James 
Chade George 
Chade William 
Clocke Robert 
CuflFe James 
Dwydle Joseph 
Dyke Richard 
Elliott John 
Farrell Michael 
Fisher John 



Fitzgerald John 
Goodland John 
Goodland Joseph 
Green James 
Grous Eichard 
Gay Thomas 
Harris James 
Harris Eodger 
Hicks James 
Keel John 
Rough Patrick 
Little John 
Little William 
May Philip 
Mifflen George 
Mish Charles 
Mish Joseph 
Moreland John 
Moreland Stephen 
Moreland William 
Power Eobert 
Readen George 
Rolls Joseph 
Eolls Thomas 
Eussell Edward 
Sweetland James 
Sweetland John 
Sweetland Joseph 



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BUSINESS AND CLASSIFIED 



21 



DIRBCTORTf OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Templcmnn John 


Planters. 




Teiiipleniau William 


Barron James 




KING'S COVE. 


Brown John 
Carroll John 




Merchants end Traders. 


Ilandcnok J. 




Dfcvine John 


McGrath Michael 




Ilollohan Lawrenco , 


Monks \V. 




Murphy Bernard ^ 


Ryan Thomas 




Murphy Michael 


Samson William 




Walsh Michael C. 


Sullivan W. 


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EXPLOITS. 

Merchants and Traders. 

Manuel Josiah 
Winsor Thomas A. 

Planters. 

Arnold Charles 
Arnold Samuel 
Baker Edward 
Carraway William 
Chancy H)dward 
Dalton William 
Downton Charles 
Downton Edward 
Erens Edv ard 
Gillot George 
Jones George 
Jure James 
Lncy Richard 
Lacy Williaui 
• Lilly William ^ ' 
Luff Francis 
Luff George 
Manuel Jacob 
Manuel John 
Manuel Jonathan 
Mam el Joseph 
Manuel Luke 
Manuel Reuben 
Manuel Simon 
Manuel Stephen 
Manuel Thomas 
Milley Thomas 
Pierce Andrew 
Purchase John 
Eussel John 
Seriour John 
Seriour James 
Wells George 



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Merchants and Traders. 

Carter Kenneth 
Ilodgo Thos. D. 
Scott Robert 

Planters. 

Baker James 
Downei* James ^ '' 
Downer William ■^" \ 
Farrell Thomas 
Formalle Benjamin 
Humphries George 
Irish William 
Jones William 
Maddock John 
Oake Henry 
Picket Peter 
Pine Nicholas ,, " 
Pine William ,.' ., 
Rao dell James 
Simms Henry 
Simms William 
Waterman William 
Woolbridge Thomas 



FORTUNE HARBOR. 

Planters. 

Byrne Matthew 
Byrne Michael 
Croke Thomas 
Foley Michael ,? ;. ■. 

Galispie Alexander 
Galispie Samuel 
Glavine David 
Hamilton Richard 
Lirer Michael 
Quirk Thomas 
Power James 



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DIRECTORY OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



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Power John 
liobcrta JuiucH 

HERRING NECK. 
Morchnnts and Tradors. 

Ashman Thomas 
Daily Henry 
Mursell Charles 
Tracey William 

Planters. 

Blandford Daniel 

Blandford P:dwurd 

Card Samuel ' 

Card William 

Cullen Charles 

Daily Thomas 

Kearly Joseph 

Mills Henry 

Mursell William <\- t 

Warren John ' • 

Woodford T. 

JOE B ATT S ARM, 
Merchant and Trader. 

DEADY THOMAS 
Planters. 

Brett Charles ' 

Brett Eobert 
Brown Thomai^ 
Burke John 
Burke Miles F. 
Donohoe Michael 
Hamilton Matthew 
Higgins Michael 
Jacobs John 

MOXTON'S HARBOR. 

Planters. 

Briit Samuel 
Crovill Michael 
Deer John 
Dowill Justin 
Hann Samuel 
Jennings John 
Jones James 
Jones Si'as 
Knight Thomas 
Miles William 
Osmond Ambrose 
Osmond Aaron 
Ridout David 



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liussel Joseph 
Taylor Thonma 
Taylor William 
Wall James 
Wolfrey Josiah 
Wolfrey Robert 
Wolfrey Thomas 



NORTH ISLAND. 



Merchants and Traders. 




Baird William 




Hodge R. D. 




Maher C. 




Preston Joseph 




Tobin B. Joseph 


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Wills John 




Planters. ., 
Anstey John '. 


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Haydou Joseph 


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Hodder James 


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Lacey Thomas 




Linefield Alfred 




JMoore Isaac 




Paine Samuel 


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Purchase John 


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Ridout William 




Roberts Francis 




Roberts Josiah 


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Rumways Peter 


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Spenor Thomas 


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Stuckless James 


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Wadford Thomas 





SOUTH ISLANDS. 
Merchants and Traders. 

Earle Henry 
Lethbridge William 

Planters. 

Anstey John 
Anstey Thomas 
Ashburn Thomas 
Bath Thomas 
Burne William 
Churchill Philip 
Curtis William 
Daily liobert 
Earle Elias 
Fardy William 
Gillott Robert 
Hodder Richard 
Keefe Thomas 



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Letlibridge William 
Linfield (icorKO 
Linfield William 
Minty Joseph 
Mitchard Thomas 
Mitchell Jonathan 
Phillips George 
Phillips John 
Bandle A. 
Randlo William 
Rice John 
Roberts Elias 
Roberts John 
Skinner John 
Slade Edward 
Warr Charles 
Young Samuel 



TILTON HARBOR. 



Planters. 

Rrawdcrs John 
Bryan Cornelius 
Bryan Michael 
Burke John 
Bwycr James 
. Dwyer Alichael 
Dwyer Patrick 
Dwycr Thomas 
Foley 31 au rice 
Foley Patrick 
Green Michael 
Mahoney Michael 
McGrath Michael 






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FERRYLAND, (DISTRICT OF.) 



BAY BULLS, 

Planters, ♦' ' " ' 

Brian Cornoliiis 
Bi-own Jeremiah , ', ; 
Burke Martin ,. i 

Coady Michael 
Coady Nicholas ' 

Dea Patrick 

Driscoll Martin '"'"' 
Gatherall John T .', ! 

Hall John 
Miller James 
Moeklar Richard 
Moeklar VVilliai'i 
Pack Thomas 
Ryan Thomus ^ <'" 

Scott Patrick "'i'*'- 

Williams Andrew ; j./« C 
Williams Jas. E. 
Williams Joseph 
'" Williams William 
Williams Philip 
Williams Thomas 

CAPE BROYLE. 
Planters. 

Cashin Martin 
Cashin Richard 
Pendergast Edward 
Pendergast John 

FERRYLAND. 
Merchant. 

White John, J.P. 



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Planters. 

Brennaa Junes 
Brennan Patrick 
Coady James 
Connell James 
Costelio John 
Dolalianty .lo.seph 
Deinlianty Thomas 
J>ui!<riin John 
Duuuati Timothy 
Finelly Thomas 
Keclc Thomas 
Kelly Jj'ij.es 
K^inny Matthew 
Kenny William 
Kougli Michael 
Mahon William 
Mead Georue 
Morry Henry 
Neal Henry 
Neal James 
Neal John ■• 

O'Neil James 
Quirk Edward 
Slavey Thomas 
Stafford Michael " 
Sweeney Solomon 
Walsh Michael 
Walsh Peter 
Walsh Thomas 
Williams William 

MOBILE. 
Planters. 

Blacklay Samuel 



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Dillon Francis 
DriscoU — 

Heartwell Bartbolemew 
Heartwell Peter 
Healy John 
Hutchins John 
Kennedy John 
Melvin George 
Melvin Thomas 
Power Joseph 
Rielly John 



RENEWS. 



Merchants. 



Goodridge A., & Sons 



Killegrew W. 

Planterj. 

Jackman Arthur 
Jackinan Michael 
Johnston Christopher 
Johnston Qeori^e 
Kane Thomas 
]ja\vler John 
L'-ary Hntrick 
Maher John 
Merrijiiui Thomas 
Quinian Edward 
Shanahati Matthew 



ST. MAEY'S AND PLACENTIA. 



BRANCH. 

Planters. 

English Joseph 
English Michael 
]\Iooney John 
Nash Thomas 
Nash Tobias 
J^wer David 
Power James 
Korke Robert 

GASKIEN. 

Planter. 

Critch John 

HOLY ROOD, (St. Mary.) 

Cooper. 

Calleton Jaraes 

Planters. 

Gibbons Henry 

Laundrigan Michael, (Peters River) 

Laundrigan Michael, (Middle Rivulet) 

Stamp Thomas 

St Croix William 

JERSEY SIDE AND N. E. ARM. 

Merchant. 

Bradshaw John 

Planters. 

Bradshaw William 
Dunphy John 
Dunphy Thomas 
H anion James 



Hickey Thomas 
Power Maurice 
Power Michael ^ ' "■ 
Power Patrick 
Power Peter 
Power Stephen 
Power Thomas 
Rielly Michael 

LITTLE PLACENTIA, 

Merchants and Traders. 

Keats Thos. T. ^ ; 

Phoran Michael cw 

Planters. 

Houlahan James 
Letdwell Robert 
Mead James 
Rielly John 

.: MALL BAYi 

Planters. 

Christopher Thomas 
Doody Thomas 

MERASHEEN 

Merchants and Traders. 

Morelle John 
Henessy — 
Ward — 

Planters. 

Best John 
Ennis John 
Ennis Louis 
Ennis Patrick 



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Moore John 
Pitman George 
Pomroy John 
Pomroy Joseph 
Walsh Matthew 

PARADISE. 

Merchant and Trader. 

Collins James, M. H. A. 

Planters. 

Bryan Patrick 
Millar John 
Power John 
Ryan William 

PLACENTIA. 
Planters. 

Corbiu William 
Croucher — 
Fitzpatrick Pioroe 
Wise Richard 

RED ISLAND. 

Planters. 

Barry Lawrence 
Barry Thomas 
Lamb Patrick 
Lamb William 
Kyan Dennis 
Walsh Edward 

SALMONIER. 

Planters. 

Dakin John 
Daley John 
Fraser Hector 
Gough John 

McCormack J. & P „ 

Peddle Michael 

Shipwrights. 

Curtis Garret, & Sons 

SOUTH EAST ARM: 

Planters, 

McLennon James 
Rielly Thomas 
Sinnott Edward 

ST. MARTS. 
Blacksmiths. 
Dernier John & Daniel 



Joiners. 

Davis Henry 
Mulloy James 

Planters and Dealers. 

Bond William 

Bown Thomas 

Daley Maurice 

Devereux William 

Fagan John 

Fagan Michael 

Fagan Stephen 

Nowlan John 

Nowlan Patrick 

Ryan Charles 

Walsh Patrick 

Walsh Thomas & Edward 

Whelan John, & Son 



TREPASSEY. 



Planters. 



Bulger .Tohn 
Bulger William 
Coombs Bobert 
Curtis John 
Devereux George 
Devereux James 
Devereux Thomas 
Devereux Lawrence 
Fitzgerald Kdward 
Hartery Michael 
Hewett James 
Hewett Joseph 
Hollohan Thomas 
James John 
Kennedy William 
Leiry Patrick 
Mcmill William 
Mulloy William 
Neil John 
Penncll James 
Pennell William 
Perry Joseph 
St. Croix William 
Sutton William 
Taylor George 
Taylor Patrick 
Taylor William 
Tobin Thomas 
Waddleton John 
Walsh Frederick 



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BUKIN, (DISTRICT OF.) 



BURIK BAY. 

Merchants and Y.raders. 

Bishop C ^..ge 
Bradley George 
Bradley Thomas 
Brenton Samuel 
<jraultx)n James 
Oorman Michael 
Gorman Thomas 
Marshall Francis 
Marshall John 
Marshall Richard 
O'Neill Patrick 
!Paul John 
Pine Owen 
Pine Philip 

Planters. 

Baker George 
Beasley John 
Brenton Samuel 
Brewer Edward 
Brushett James 
Burfitt Joseph 
Burfitt liichard 
Burfitt William 
Collins William 
Day Nathaniel 
Foot Thomas 
Foot William 
Hodder Richard 
HoUett Phili. 
Hunt John 
lukpen John 



Kirby John 
Kirby Joseph 
Kelly Thomas 
Lockyer James 
Mitchell John 
Mitchell Joseph 
Pardy Joseph 
Riggs Andrew 
Roberts George 
Street Abraham 
Yigus Robert 
Wagg Joseph 



LAMALINE. 



Planters. 



Coke George 
Collins John 
Haley James 
Haley Thomas 
King John 
Madigan Edward 
Madigan Thomas 
Pitman William 
Purchase Thomas 



LAUN. 



Planters. 



Edwards Charles 
Edwards John 
Murphy Patrick 
Terrant Patrick 
Tcrrant Richard 
Walsh James 



FORTUNE BAY. 



BA Y DE i: ARGENT. 



Planters. 

Banfield Jus. 
Banlield Kicliard 
Banfield William 
Good Samuel 
Hines Thomas 
Scott Thomas 
Thornhill James 
Thornhill Robert 
West Richard 



BAY DE L'EAU. 

COOMBE COVE. 



Planters. 

Fiander Owen 
Fiauder Samuel 
Fiander Stephen 
Rowe George 
Vallis James 
Vallis James, jun. 
Vallis Richard 
Yallis Samuel 



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LITTLE BAY. 



Planters. 



Osmond Job 
Rose Jeremiah 
."Rose John 
Rose Thomas 



BAY DU NORD. 

Planters. 

Banbury Samuel 

FarroU James 

FarroU Philip 

Hickey James 

Hickey John 

Hickey Patrick 

Keepin Jas. 

Keepin William 

Kinsella Jas. 

Miles Samuel 

Sheppard William 

Welsh Edward 

Williams Job 

Williams Joseph , ^ 

Williams Samuel '■ 

Williams William 

Merchants. 

AthertoD, Hughes & Co., English Har- 
bor 

Burke Brothers, St. Jacques 

Clinton Charles, Fox Cove 

Cluett John, Belleoram 

Cluett William, Belleoram 

De Grouchy, Eenouf, Clement & Co., 
Jersey Harbor 

Giovanine Alex., Rencontre 

Gorman Joseph, Miller's Passage (Bay 
de I'Eau) 

Jean F. P., Jersey Harbor 

Knowling William, Sagona Harbor 

Mauger J., Jersey Harbor 

Miles W., Bay de 1' Argent 

l»Jewman & Co., Harbor Breton 

Seders J. W., Harbor Breton 



BELLEORAM. 



Planters. 



Cluett John 
Cluett Samuel 
Cluett Thomas 
Cluett William 
Dicks George 
Grandy John 
Kinsella William 



Pine Thomas 
Ronkey John 
Hose John 

ENGLISH HARBOR. 

Planters. 

Evans John 
Evans James 
Fiander Philip 
Pyne Thomas 
Smith Stephen 
Tara Philip 

ENGLISH HARBOR, E. 

Planters. 

Dodge George 
Dodge Thomas 
Haggett Job 
Haggett Joseph 
Haggett Thomas 
Haggett William 
Hines John 
Kerly Edward 
Pater James 



GARNISH. 



Planters. 



Ansley Samuel . , 

Bond Thomas 

Ban field George 

Banfield George, jun. 

Ban field Thomas 

Banfield Thomas, jun. 

Cluett Samuel 

Grandy George 

Grandy James 

Grandy Samuel 

Grandy Thomas ,• •'• \/\ 

Grandy William 

HARBOR BRETON. 

Planters. 

Chapman Henry 
Cox Thomas 
Hearne John 
Jensen George 
Jensen Jacob 
Pitmen John 
Ridout George 
Simras John 
Skinner Matthew 
Stickland George 
Stickland John 



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HARBOR MILLS. 
Planters. 

Baker Jonathan 
Barnes Charles 
Barnes Giles 
Barnes Samuel 
Barnes William 
Parady James 
Parady Samuel 
Parady Thomas 
Parady William 

HEAD OF BAY. 

Planters. 
Hickey John 
Hickey Thomas 
Miles James 
Miles John 
McCarthy Timothy 
McCarthy Patrick 

JACQUES FONTAINE. 
Planters. 

Johnson Joseph 
Johnson William 
Parady William 
Parady Samuel 
Snook Joseph 

JERSEY HARBOR. 
Planters. 

Bungay Jonathan 
Hardy Thomas 
Kose George 
Walters Thos. 



MOZAMBROSE. 



Planters. 

Petite Jeremiah 
Petite William 
Tara John 
Tara William 



RENCONTRE. 



Planters. 



Coffin William 
Foote Henry 
Keepin George 
Keepin William 
Mullins Augustus 



SAGONA ISLAND. 
Planters. 

Bungy Wm., & Wilson 
Keepin Benjamin 
Quann Thomas 
Snook George 
Stoodly John 



ST. JACQUES. 



Planters. 



Burke Patrick 
Burke William 
Fiander James 
Fiander John 
Penny Isaac 
Skinner William 
Young Jas. & Henry 



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CAPE RAY TO WRECK ISLAND. 
Merchants and Traders. 

Bonnet S., Petites 

Bragg William, Channel 

Cooke John, & Co., Garia 

De Grouchy & Co., Isle aux Mont 

De Grouchy & Co., Burnt Islands 

De Grouchy & Co., Petites 

De Grouchy & Co., Little Harbor, La 

Poile 
Gosset & Co., Channel 
Knight J. L., Channel 
Poole John, Channel 
Boles Jas., & Sons, Burnt Islands 
Roles Jas., & Sons, Rose Blanche 



Eidout Thos., Harbor Le Cou 
Small Joseph, Channel 
Small Joseph, jun.. Burnt Islands 
STEER JOHN, agent H. Garland, 

Channel 
Sarsoleil P. H., Rose Blanche 
Tweedell Frederick, Burnt Islands 

Mechanics. 

Dingwell Donald, carpenter, Channel 
Keating John, blacksmith, Chaonel 
Martin Austin, blacksmith, Channel 
McClean Michael, carpenter, Rose 
Blanche 

Planters and Schooner Owners. 
Bonnel Samuel, jun., Channel 



BUSINESS AND CLASSIFIED 29 DIRECTORY OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Bragg Nelson, Channel 
Bragg William, Channel 
Dicks Thomas, Channel 
Eastman John, Burnt Islands 
Forsey Aaron, Channel 
Forsey Aaron, jun., Channel 
Ford Thomas, Channel 
Garcin Prosper, Harbor Le Cou 
George Morgan, Channel 
Gilland Solomon, Channel 
Hickman William, Channel 
King Matthew, Burnt Islands 
Keepin John, Burnt Islands 
Rose Henry, Rose Blanche 



BONNE BAT E. TO WRECK 
ISLAND. 

Merchants ^Mid Traderi. 

Bowdridge George, Burgeo 

De Grouchy, Benouf, Clement & Co., 

Burgeo 
Earle Joseph, ilencontre 
Pack John P., Burgeo 
Skinner James, Bichards Harbor 
Small Joseph, Burgeo 
Planters, &c. 

Baggs James, Cape La Hune 
Matthews James, Burgeo 
Vatcher Stephen, Burgeo 
Vatcher Emanuel, Burgeo 



BAY OF ISLANDS, (FRENCH SHORB.) 



Planters. 



Barry John 
Bolan Moses 
Bate John 
Cleary Vvilliam 
Conway Thomas 
Evans John 
Greene John 
Gregory William 
Haines William 
Johnston George 
Kelly Michael 
Leader John 



Leader William 
Ligi Robert 
McCarthy John 
McCarthy William 
McCassel James 
Parritts William 
Parsons George 
Parsons Charles 
Power Henry 
Power Michael 
Eose William 
Silver James 
Weir Richard 



BONNE BAY, (FRENCH SHORE), 



AND ISLANDS N. SIDE HERMITAGE BAY. 



Planters. 

Cairns Samuel 
Foot Robert 
Lee Matthew 
Nash Henry 
Piercy George 
Simms James 



Farmers. 



CODROY. 



Benoit Benjamin 

Blanchard Michael 

Campbell AUia, (Red Recks) 

Candle Thomas 

ChaflFey Joseph 

Downey Jam^c 

Gale Edward 

Gale James 

Gilles Daniel 

Gillcs Roderick 



Heulan Edward 

Kennedy Edward 

McDonald Roderick 

Mclsaac Angus 

Mclsaac Archibald 

Mclsaac Donald 

McLellan John 

Ryan James 

Ryan Michael 

Ryan Samuel 

Ryan William 

Smith Peter 

Young John, (Red Rocks) 

Planters. 

Collier Thomas 
Hall Joseph 
Moore Jam^ 
Parsons William 



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MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY. 



THE QUEEN AND BOTAL FAMILY, 

Her Majesty Alexandrina Victoria, by the 
Grace of God, of t je United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ireland, &c., Queen, Defender of the 
Faith, Empress of India (in India, Shri Shri 
Riini Victoria, Kaiaar-i-Hind) born at Kensing- 
ton Palace, 24th May, 1819 ; succeeded to the 
throne 20th June, 1837, on the death of her 
uncle, King William IV. ; crowned 28th June, 
1838 ; and married 10th February, 1840, to his 
late Koyal Highness Francis Albert Augustus 
Charles Emmanuel, Prince Consort, Dckb op 
Saxony, Prince op Cobourq and Gotha, who 
was born 26th August, 1819 ; died 14th Decem- 
ber, 1861. Her Majesty is the only child of his 
late Royal Highness, Edward Duke of Kent, 
fourth son of King George III., and has issue — 

1. Her Royal Highness Victoria Adelaide 
Mary Louisa, Princess Royal, of England and 
Prussia, born 2lst November, 1840 ; married 
25th January. 1858, to his Imperial Highness 
Frederick William, Crown Prince, of Germany, 
(only son of the Emperor of Germany) and has 
had issue his Royal Highness Prince Frederick 
William Victor Albert, born 27th January, 1859 ; 
her Royal Highness Princess Victoria Elizabeth 
Augusta Charlotte, born 24th July. 1860 ; his 
Royal Highness Prince Albert Wilnelm Hein- 
ricn, born 14th August, 1862 ; his Royal High- 
ness Prince Francis Frederick Sigismunj, born 
15th September, 1864, died 18th June, 1866 ; her 
Royal Highness Princess Fredericka Wilhelmina 
Amelia Victoria, born r2th April, 1866 ; his 
Royal Highness Joachim Frederick Ernest 
Waldemar. born 10th February, 1868 ; her Royal 
Highness Sophia Dorothea Ulrike Alice, born 
14th June. 1870; his Royal Highness John, &c., 
born April, 1871^ died on Good Friday, 1871 ; 

• and her Royal Highness Margaret Beatrice Feo- 
dora, born 22nd April, 1872. 

2. His Royal Highness Albert Edward, 
Prince op Wales, Duke op Saxony, Cornwall 
ASD Rothesay, Earl op Dublin, K.G., K.T., 
K.P., G.C.S.I., K.T.S., 6.C.B., P.C, general, 
colonel of the 10th Hussars, and colonel-in- 
chief of the Rifle Brigade, born 9th of November, 
1841 ; married 10th March, 1863. to '-he Princess 
Alexandra Caroline Mary Charlotte Louisa 
Julia, (born 1st December, 1844), eldest daugh- 
ter of the King of Denmar':, and has issue nis 
Royal Highness Prince Albert Victor Christian 
Edward, born 8th January, 1864; his Royal 
Highness Prince George Frederick Ernest 
Albert, born 3rd June, 1865 ; her Royal High- 
ness Louise Victoria Alexandra Dagmar, born 
20th February, 1867 ; her Royal Highness Vic- 
toria Alexandra Olga Mary, born 6th July, 
1868 ; her Royal Highness Maud C harlotte Mary 
Victoiia, born 26th November, 1869, and Alex- 
ander John C. Albert, born 6th April, 1871, 
died 7tb April, 1871. 

3. Hk'r Royal Highness Alice Maud Mary, 
born 25tb April, 1843; married Ist July, 1862, 
to his Royal Highness Prince Frederick William 
Louis of Hesse Darmstadt, K.G., (born 12ih 
September, 1837) and has issue Princess Vic- 
toria Alberta Elizabeth Matilda Mary, born 5th 



April, 1863 ; Princess Elizabeth Alexandrina 
Louise Alice, born 1st November 1864; Princess 
Irene Marie Louise Anna, born 11th July, 1866; 
and Prince Ernest Louis Charles Albert 
William, born 26th November, 1868; Prince 
Frederick William, born 7th October, 1870; 
died 29th June, 1873 ; Princess \ ictoria A. H. L. 
B., born 6th June. 1872, and Princess Mary Vic- 
toria, born 24th May, 1874. 

4. His Royal Highness Alpred Ernest 
Albert, Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Kent, and 
Eari of Ulster, K.G., K.T., P.C, born 6th Au- 
gust, 1844 ; captain Royal Navy, 23rd February, 
1866 ; married 23rd January, 1874, to the Grand 
Duchess .Marie Alexandrowna, daughter of the 
Emperor of Russia and has issue Prince Alfred 
Alexander William Ernest Albert, born 15th 
October, 1874, and Princess Marie Alexandra 
Victoria, born 29th October, 1875. 

5. Her Royal Highness Helena Augusta 
Victoria, born 25th May, 1846 ; married 5th July, 
1866, to major-general his Royal Highness 
Prince Frederick Christian Charles Augustus 
of Schleswig-Holstein, Sonderbourg, Augusten- 
bourg, K.G., and has issue Prince Christian 
Victor Albert Ludwig Ernest Anton, born 14tb 
April, 1867; Prince Albert John J. C. F. A. G., 
born 26th February, 1869; and Princess Vic- 
toria Louise, born 3rd May, 1870 ; Princess 
Franziska, born 14th August, 1872, and Prince 
Harold, born 12th May, 1876, died 19th May, 
1876. 

6. Her Royal Highness LomsE Caroline 
Alberta, born 18th Marchj 1848 ; married March 
21st, 1871, to John, Marquis of Lome, K.T., M.P., 
eldest son of the Duke of Argyle. No issue. 

7. His Royal Highness Artiicr William Pat- 
rick Albert, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, 
and Earl of Sussex, K.G., born 1st May, 1850; 
lieutenant Royal Artillery, 30th October, 1868 ; 
lieutenant Rifle Brigade, 1869; Lieut. Colonel 
Rifle Brigade, 27th September, 1876. 

8. His Royal Highness Leopold George 
Duncan Albert, born 7th April, 1853. 

9. Her Royal Highness Beatrice Mary Vic- 
toria Feodore, born 14th April, 1357. 

royal princes and princesses. 

His Royal Highness George Frederick Alex- 
ander Charles Ernest Augustus, Duke op Cum- 
berland (Ex-KiNO OP Hanoter), K.G., G.C.H., 
cousin to Her Majesty; born 27th May, 1819; 
married 18th February, 1843^ Princess Mary, of 
Saxe Altenberg and has issue, Ernest Au- 
gustus, born 21st September, 1845 ; Frederica, 
born 9th January, 1848 ; and Mary, born 3rd 
December, 1849. 

Her Royal Highness Augusta Wilhelmina 
Louisa, Duchess op Cambridge, niece of the 
Landgrave of Hesse-Cassel and aunt to Her 
Majesty, born 25th July, 1797 ; married 7th May, 
1818, the Duke of Cambridge (who died 8th 
July, 1850), and has issue — 

1. His Royal Highness George William Fre- 
derick Charles, Duke op Cambridge, Field-Mar- 
shal, Commanding-in-Chief, KG., K.P., G.C.B., 



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G.C.H., O.M.M.G, G.C.L.H., P.O., D.C.L., 
cousin to Her MnieBtv, born March 26th, 1819. 

2. Her Rojal Highness Augusta Caroline 
Charlotte Elizabeth Marj Sophia Louisa, daugh- 
ter of the late Ouke of Cambridge, and cousin 
to Her Majesty, born 19th July, 1822 ; married 
28th June. 1843, Frederick Reiguing Grand 
Duke of Alecklenburg Strelitz, G.C.B., and has 
issue Adolphus Frederick, born 22nd July, 1848. 

3. Her Royal Hishness Mahy Adelaide 
Wilhelmina Elizabeth, daughter of the late 
Duke of Cambridge, and cousin to Her Slajestv. 
born 27th November, 1833 : married 12th June', 
1866, H. R. H. Francia Paul Charles Louis 
Alexander, Duke of Teck, G.C.B., born 27th 
August, 1837, and has issue H.R.H. Mary Vic- 
toria, born 26th May, 1867 ; H.R.H. Adolphus, 
born 13th August, 1868 ; H.R.H. Francis, born 
9th January, 1870, and H.R.H. Alexander, born 
14th April, 1874. 

HER MAJISTT'B NBAR RBLATITE8. 

Half Sister.— X)a,\ight6T of her late mother, the 
Duchess of Kent by her first husband, Emich 
Charles, the reigning Prince of Leinineen, Anae 
Feodorowna Augusta Charlotte Wilhelmina, 
born 7th December, 1807,married 18th February, 
■1828, Ernest Christian, Prince of Hohenlohe 
Langenberg, who died 12th April, 1860, and by 
him had issue — 

1. Charles Louis William Leopold, born 25th 
October, 1829. 

2. Herman Ernest Francis Bernard, Prince of 
Hohenlohe Langenberg, born 31st August, 1832, 
Lieut. General m the Prussian service, married, 
and has issue. 

3. Victor Ferdinand Francis Eugene Gus- 
tavo Adolphus Constantino Frederic Count 
Gleichen, born 11th November, 1833, Captain in 
the Royal Navy, Governor of Windsor Castle, 
marriea 26th January, 1861 ^ Laura Williamina, 
youngest daughter of Admiral Sir George Sey- 
mour, and has issue. 

4. Adelaide Victoire, born 20th July, 1835, 
married 11th September, 1856, Prince Frederick 
of Schleswig-Holstein, Sonderbourg-Augusten- 
bourg, and has issue. 

5. Feodore Victoire, born 7th July, 1839, 
married 23rd October, 1858, Prince George of 
Saxe Meiningen, and has issue. 

Nephews. — 1. His Serene Highness Ernest 
Leo])old, reigning Prince of Leiniugen, Rear 
Admiral in the Royal Navy, born 9th Novem- 
ber, 1830, married 11th September, 1858, Prin- 
cess Maria Amelia of Baden, and has issue a 
daughter, born 24th July, 1863, and a son, born 
1865. 

2. Edward Frederic, born 5th January, 1833, 
Captain Royal Imperial Guard of Austria. 

H£B MAJESTY'S HOUSEHOLD. 

Lord Steward's Department. — Board of 
Green Cloth, Buckingham Palace. 

Lord Steward, Earl Beauchamp. 

Treasurer of the Household, Right Hon. Lord 
Henry Thynne, M.P. 

Comptroller of the Household, Right Hon. 
Lord Henry Somerset. 

Master of the Household, Lieut. Colonai Sir 
John Clayton Cowell, K.C.B., R.E. 

Secretary to the Board, Edward M Browell, 
Esq. 



Paymaster of the Household, T. C. March, 
Esq. 

Hereditary Grand Almoner.Marquis of Exeter. 

Lord High Almoner, Dean of U indsor. 

Coroner of the Verge, William Thomas Man- 
ning, Esq. 

LoRB Chamberlain's Department.— Office, 
Stable Yard, St. James' Palace. 

Lord Chamberlain, Gen. Marquis of Hertford. 

Vice-Chamberlain, Viscount Barrington, M.P. 

Comptroller of Accounts, Hon. S. Ponsonby- 
Fane, C.B. 

Chief Clerk. George T. Hertslet, Esq. 

Inspector of Accounts, F. W. Jennings, Esq. 

Clerks, A. G. Hampshire, D. A. Tupper, 
Harrjr L. Hertslet, Esquires. 

Private Secretary to Her Majesty, Major- 
General H. F. Ponsonby. 

Keeper of the Privy purse, Lieut.-Gen. Sir 
Thomas Myddleton Biddulph, K.C.B. 

Secretary, Doyne C. Bell, Esq. 

Master of the Ceremonies, Lieut.-Gen. Sir 
Frarcis Seymour, Bart., K.C.B. 

Assistant Master, Colonel Charles Bagot. 

Marshal of the Ceremonies, Hon. Spencer 
Lyttleton. 

Groom of the Robes, Henry David Erskine, 
Esq. 

Lords in Waiting, Earl of Roden ; Earl of 
Dunmore; Earl of Jersey; Viscount Torring- 
ton ; Viscount Hawarden ; Lord Bagot ; Lord 
Elphinston, and Lord De Ros. 

Extra Lord in Waiting, Lord Sackville. 

Grooms in Waiting, Lieut.-Col. Wm. Henry 
Frederick Cavendish; Colonel the Hon. Augus- 
tus F. Liddell.; Vice-Admiral Lord Frederick 
Herbert Kerr j" John F. Campbell, (of Islay) 
Esq.; Donald Cameron, (of Lochiel) Esq^M.P., 
Rear-Admiral Sir J. E. Conimerell, K.C.B., 
V.C. ; Lieut.-Col. Eon. C. H. Lindsay, and 
Captain Charles E. Phipps. 

Extra Grooms in Waiting. Right Hon. Sir 
Charles Augustus Murray, K.C.B. ; Captain W. 
G. Stirling, R.N. ; Lieut.-Gen. Sir Francis Sey- 
mour, Bart., K.C.13. 

Gentlemen Ushers of the Privy Chamber, 
Charles Heneace, Algernon West, Leopold 
Oust, Esqrs., and Captain Walter J. Stopford. 

Black Kod, Admiral Sir Augustus W. J. Clif- 
ford, Bart., C.B. 

Gentlemen Ushers Daily Waiters, Hon. Spen- 
cer Cecil Brabazon Ponsonby-Faue, C.B. ; Ed- 
ward Hamilton Anson, Esq. ; Alpin MacGregor, 
Esq. 

(jrooms of the Privy Chamber, Major-Gen. 
Edward Stopford Claremout, C.B. ; Hon. C. J. 
C. Eliot; Captain Nath. G. Philips; J. Bon- 
tein, Esq. 

Gentlemen Ushers Quarterly Waiters, Alfred 
Montgomery, Esq. ; Lieut. Gen. Henry Sykes 
Stephens, K.H. ; Wilbraham Taylor, Esq. ; 
Colonel George Howard Vyse ; Captain Charles 
Gudgfon Nelson, R.N. ; Francis KnoUys, Esq., 
C.B ; Raglan G. Somerset, Esq. ; Charles Wylde, 
Esq. 

L'xtra Gentlemen Usher Quarterly Waiter, 
John George Green, Esq. 

Gentlemen Usher Daily Waiter Assistant, 
Captain Frederick Campbell. 

Sergeants-at-Arms, C. Sisson, Esq. ; Lieut. 
Gen. H. S. Stephens, K. H. ; Sir Alex. Camp- 
bell, Bart. ; Norman Macleod, Esq. ; Thomas C. 



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March, Esq. ; A. Ballistou, R.N. ; George T. 
Hertglet, Esq. ; and Hon. Debonnaire J. Mon- 
Bon. 

Poet Laureate. Alfred Tennyson, Esq., D.C.L. 

Examiner of Plays. E. F. Smyth Pigott. Esq. 

Librarian at Windsor, Richard R. Holmes, 
Esq., F.S.A. 

German Librarian, Hermann Sahl, Esq. 

Governor and Constable of Windsor Castle, 
Capt. Count Gleichen, R.N. 

Hon. Corps of Gentleman-at-Arms. — Captain, 
Earl of Shrewsbury; Lieutenant, Sir William 
Topham ; Standard Bearer, Major William 
O'Bryen Taylor; Clerk of the Cheque and 
Adjutantj Lieut.-Col. Gustavus Hume ; Sub- 
Oflicer, Lieut.-Col. J. G. Sandeman. 

Her Majesty's Bodyguard of Yeomen of the 
Guard. — Captain, Lord Skelmersdale; Lieu- 
tenant, Lieut.-Col. Arthur Need ; Ensign, 
Colonel Hon. J. W. Colville; Clerk of the 
Cheque and Adjutant, Lieut.-Col. William G. 
Sutton j Exons, Lieut.-Col. Charles D. Patter- 
eon, Lieut.-Col. J. A. Todd, Captain F. B. 
Morley, Colonel H. Hume, C.B. 

Depahtment of the Master of the House. — 
Office, Royal Mews, Pimlico. 

Master of Horse, Earl of Bradford. 

Master cf the Buckhounds, Earl of Hardwicke. 

Grand Falconer, Duke of St. Albans. 

Clerk Marshal, Major-Geneial Lord Alfred 
Paget. 

Crown Equerry, Secretary to the Master of 
the Horse, and Superintendent of the Roval 
Stables, Col. George Ashley Maude, C.B., R.A. 
Equerries in Ordinary, Major-Gen. Lord A. C. 
Fitz-Roy ; Lieut.-Gen. Viscount Bridport ; Colo- 
nel Charles Taylor du Plat; Major-Gen. F. H. 
Ponsonby ; Major-Gen. the Hon, A. E. Hardinge, 
C.B; Colonel Henry Lynedoch Gardiner; 
Lieut.-Col. Henry William John Bvng, ana 
Colonel John C. M'Neill, V.C, C.B.. C.M.G. 

Extra Equerries Lieut.-Gen. Sir T. M. Bid- 
dulph, and Colonel the Marquis Couynghara. 

Hon. Equerry, Lieut.-Gen. The Hon. Sir Alex. 
Hamilton-Gordon, K.C.B., M.P. 

Pages of Honour, Victor A. F. M. Biddulph, 
Esq. ; Count Albert Ed. W. Gleichen ; Law- 
rence G. Drummond, Esq., George G. Macdon- 
ald, Esq. 

Her Majesty's Personal Seryant, John Brown. 

Department of the Mistrkss of the Robes. 

Mistress of the Robes, The Duchess of Wel- 
lington. 

Ladies of the Bedchamber, The Duchess 
(Dowager) of Athole : The Duchess of Rox- 
burghe ; Marchioness (Dowager) of Ely ; Coun- 
tess of Caledon ; Lady Churchill ; Lady Water- 
park ; Countess of ErroU ; Lady Abercroniby. 

Extra Ladies of the Bedchamber, The Countess 
(Dowager) of Mount-Edgecnmbe; Viscountess 
Jocelyn ; Viscountess Clifdea ; Countess of 
Gainsborough; Countess of Mayo. 

Bedchamber Women, Viscountess Cbewton ; 
Hon. Lady Hamilton-Gordon ; Lady Codring- 
ton ; Lady Sarah Elizabeth Lindsay ; Hon. 
Mrs. Robert Bruce ; Lady Elizabeth P. Adeane ; 
Hon. Flora Clementina Isabella Macdonald, and 
Hon. Mrs. George Hojie. 

Extra Bedchamber Women, Mrs. Pratt ; Hon. 
Mrs. Charles Grey ; Viscountes.': Forbes. 

Lady Attendants on Princess Beatrice, Hon. 



Lady Biddulnh ; and, Extra Maid of Honour, 
Miss" Ethel Henrietta Mary Cadogan. 

Maids of Honour, Hon. Caroline Fanny Cav- 
endish ; Hon. Emily Cathcart ; Hon. ftoratia 
CharlotJe Stopford ; Hon. Harriet Lepel Phipps ; 
Hon. Mary Louisa Lascelles; Hon. U&rv Emma 
Pitt; Hon. Frances Mary Drummond; Hon. 
Evelyn Cecilia Paget. 

Clerk of the Robes, James J. Kinloch, Esq. 

Chapels Rotal. 

Dean of the Chapels Royal, The Bishop of 
London. 

Sul)-Dean, Rev. Francis Garden, M.A. 

Clerk of the Closet, the Bishop of Worcester. 

Deputy Clerk of the Closet, Rev. Joseph B. 
Lightfootj D.D. 

Domestic Chaplain, Very Rev. Dean of Wind- 
sor. 

Medical Department. 

Physicians in Ordinary, Sir Thomas Watson, 
Bart., M.D.; Sir William Jenner, Bart., K.C.B., 
M.D. ; Sir Greorge Burrows, Bart., M.D. 

Physicians Extraordinary, Wilson Fox, M.D., 
Sir W. W. Gull, Bart., M.D.^ E. H. Sieveking, 
M.D.; Charles J. Blasius V. illiams, M.D. ; Sir 
James Alderson Knt., M.D. ; Arthur Farre, M.D. 

Sergeant Surgeons, Sir William Fergusson, 
Bart. ; Caesar Henry Hawkins, Esq. 

Sergeaut Surgeon Extra, Sir James Paget. 
Bart. 

Surgeons Extraordinary, Richard Quain, 
Esq. ; John Hilton, Esq. ; Prescott G. Hewett, 
Esq. 

Physician to the Household, Francis Haw- 
kins, 'M.D. 

Surgeon to the Household, T. Spencer Wells, 
Esq. 

Surgeon Apothecary to Her Majesty, C. F. 
Du Pasquier, Esq. 

Joint Apothecaries to Her Majesty and the 
Household, Claudius Francis Du Pasquier, Esq. 
and Francis Henry Laking, M.D. 

Surgeons and Apothecaries in Ordinary to 
the Household at Windsor, James Ellison, Esq. ; 
Thomas Fairbank, Esq., (jointly). 

Surgeon Oculist, William White Cooper, Esq. 

Surgeon Dentist, Edwin Saunders, Esq. 

Cupper, John Mii]deson, Esq. 

Dentist to the Household, Edwin Truman, 
Esq. 

(jhemists and Druggists in Ordinary, Mr. 
Peter Squire ; Mr. Peter Wyatt Squire (jointly). 

HER MAJESTY'S CHIEF OFFICEBS OF 
STATE. 

First Lord of the Treasury and Lord of the 
Privy Seal, Right Hon. Earl of Beaconsfield. 

Lord High Chancellor, Right Hon. Lord 
Cairns. 

Lord President of the Council, His Grace The 
Duke of Richmond and Gordon. 

Chancellor of the Exchequer, Right Hon. Sir 
Staflford H. Northcote. 

Secretary of State, Home Dept., Right Hon. 
Richard Assheton Cross. 

Secretary of State, Foreign Affairs, Right 
Hon. Earl of Derby. 

Secretary of State, Colonial Dept., Right 
Hon. Earl of Carnarvon. 

Secretary of State, War Department, Right 
Hon. Gathorne Hardv. 



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Secretary of State, Indian Dept., Most Hou. 
the Marquis of Salisbury. 

First Lord of tlie Admiralty, Rigbt Hon. 
George Ward Hunt. 

PoBtruaBter-Ueneral, Rigbt Hon. Lerd Jobn 
Manners. 

Cbief Secretary for Ireland, Rigbt Hon. Sir 
Michael E. Hicks-Beiicb, bart. 

The above form the Cabinet. 

Commander-in-Chief of the Army, F..M.H.R. 
H. Duke of Cambridge. 

Junior Lords of the Treasury, Visconnr Crich- 
ton, Rowland Winn, Esq., SiV Juiued D. Horn 
Eli>!iinstone, Hart. 

Political Secretary to the Treasury, | Sir 
William Hart Dyke, Hart. 

Financial Secretary to the Treasury, William 
Henry Smith, Esq. 

Junior Lords of the Admiralty, Admiral Sir 
H. R. Yelverton, G.C. H., Vicc-Adniirnl Geoffrey 
T. P. Hornby, Rear-Admiral Lord Gilford, Sir 
Lopes Massey Lopes, Hart. 

Secretary to the Admiralty, Hon. Algernon 
Fulke Egerton. 

Chancellor Duchy of Lancaster, Right Hon. 
Colonel Thomas E. Taylor. 

President Local Government Board, Right 
Hon. George Sclater-BooUi. 

Vice-President Committee of Council, Right 
Hon. Viscount Sandon. 

President of the Board of Trade, Right Hon. 
Sir Charles B. Adderley. 

Works and Public Buildings, Right Hon. 
Gerard James Noel. 

Attorney-General, Sir John Holker. 

Solicitor-General, Sir Hardiuge Stanley 
Gilfard. 

PaymasterGeneral, Right Hon. Stephen Cave. 

Judge Advocate General, Right Hon. G. A. 
Caveudish-Bentinck Cave, M.P. 

IRELAND. 

Lord Lieutenant, His Grace the Duke of Aber- 
corn. 

Lord High Steward, Earl of Shrewsbury. 

Chief Secretary and Keeper of i'rivy Seal, 
Right Hon, Sir R. E. H. Beech, Bt. 

Under Secretary, Thomas Havilland Burke, 
Esq. 

Commander of the Forces, Gen. Sir John 
Michel. 

State Steward, Gustavus Lambert, Esq. 

Gentleman Usher, Sir. J. M. Stewart, Bart. 

Chamberlain, Lieut.-Col. R. Bernard. 

Lord Chanceller(in commission), Right Hon. 
Sir J. Napier. 

Vice-Chancellor, Hon. H. Chatterton. 

Receiver, Hon. lames Lawson. 

Lord Justice of Court of Appeal, Hon. J. 
Christian. 

Master of the Rolls, Hoc. E. Sullivan. 

Attorney-General) Right Hon. John Ball. 

Solicitor-General, Henry Ormsby, Esq. 

Secretary, John Hanbey, Esq. 

SCOTLAND. 

Lord High Constable, Earl of Erroll. 
Keeper or the Great Seal, Earl of Selkirk. 
Lord Privy Seal, Marquis of Lothian. 
Knight Mareschal, Duke of Hamilton. 
Master of the Household. Duke of Argyle. 
Standard Bearer, Admiral Earl of Laudirdale. 



Lord High Commissioner, Earl of Rosslyn. 

Lord Justice General, Hon. John Inglis. 

Lord Justice Clerk, Lord Moncrief. 

Lord Advocate, Right Hon. E.S. Gordon, M.P. 

Solicitor-General, John Watson, Esq. 

Lord Clerk Register, Right Hon. Sir W. Gib- 1 
son Craig. 

Deputv Clerk Register, William Pel! Dundas, 
Esa. 

Historiographer, J. H. Huston, LL.D. 

Commander of the Forces, Major-Gen. Sir 
John Douglas. 

Ca|)tain General of Archers, Duke of Buc- 
cleugh. 

BBITISH AUBASSAD0R3 ABROAD. 

America, Right Hon. Sir Edward Thorntou, 
K.C.B. 

Argentine Confederation, Hon. L. W. S. West. 

Austria and Hungary, Sir Andrew Buchanan, 
G.C.B. 

Belgium, John Sackville Lumley, Esq., CB. 

Brazil, G. Buckley Matthew, Esq., C.B. 

Central America, Sidney Locock, Esq. 

Chili, R. Humbold, Esq, 

China, T. F. Wade. Esq., K.C.B. 

Columbia, Robert Bunch, Esq. 

Denmark, Sir Charles L. Wyke, K.C.B. 

Ecuador, Frederick Hamilton, Esq. 

France, Right Hon. Lord Lyons, G.C.B. 

Germany, Lord (tdo Russell, G.C.B. 

Gi-eece, Hon. William Stuart, C.B. 

Italy, Sir Augustus Berkeley Paget, K.C.B. 

Japan, Sir Harry Parkes, K.C.B. 

Morocco, Sir John H. D. Hay, K.C.B. 

Netherlands, Admiral Hon. E. A. J. Harris, 
K.C.B., R.N. 

Persia, W. T. Thompson, Esq. 

Peru, Spencer St. John, Esq. 

Portugal, R. D. B. Morier, Esq., C.B. 

Russia, Right Hon. Lord A. Loftus, G.C.B. 

Spain, Right Hon, Austin H. Layard. 

Sweden and Norway, Hon. E. M. Erskine. 

Switzerland, Edwin Corbert, Esq. 

Turkey, Right Hou. Sir H. G. Elliott, G.C.B. 

HOUSEHOLD OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE 
PRINCE OF WALES. 

Keeper of the Privy Seal, Earl of Leicester, 
K.G. 

Lords of the Bedchamber, Marquis of Hamil- 
ton, M.P., Lord SutBeUl. K.C.B. 

Extra Lord of the Bedchamber, Earl of Mount- 
Edgcumbe. 

Comptroller and Treasurer. General Right 
Hon. Sir William Thomas Knollys, K.C.B. 

Grooms of the Bedchamber, Hon. Charles 
Lindley Wood, Hon. Alexander Temple Fitz- 
maurice. 

Extra Groom of the Bedchamber, Hon. Robert 
Henry Meade. 

Equerries, Lieut.-Col. Chris. C. Teesdale, 
C.B., V.C, R.A. ; Lieut.-Col. Arthur Edward A. 
Ellis, C. S. L ; Major Gen. Sir Dighton M. 
Probyn, C.B., K.C.S.I., V.C, and Major J. Cecil 
Russell. 

Extra Equerries, Colonel R. N. P. Kingsoote, 
C.B., M.P. ; Lieut.-Col. Robert Loyd-Lindsay, 
V.C, M.P. 

Private Secretary, Francis Knollys, Esq., C.B. 

Librarian and German Secretary, M. ilolz- 
mann, Esq. 



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Attorney-General, Ooorffc Loch, Esq., Q.C. 

Chnplf in, Rev. William Lake Onslow, M.A. 

Hon. Chaplain, Rev. Robinson Duckworth, 
M.A. 

Physicians, Sir William Withcy Gull, Bart., 
JI.D. , Dr. George Vivian Poore. 

Hon. Physician, Surgeon-Gen. Sir Joseph 
Fayrer, M.D., K.C.S.I. 

Surgeons in Ordinary, Sir James Paget, Bart., 
M.D. i Prescott Gardner, Hewett, Esq. ; George 
Pollock, Esq. 

HOUSEHOLD OF HER BOYAL HIGHNESS 
THE PBIKCESS OF WALES. 

Chamberlain, Lord Colville of Culross. K.T. 

Ladies of the Bedchamber, Countess of .Mor- 
ton ; Countess of Macclesfield ; Lady Emily 
Kingscote; Lady SuflBeld. 

Bedchamber Women, Hon, Mrs. Edward Coke ; 
Hon. Mrs. Francis Stonor ; Hon. Mrs. Arthur 
fiardinge : Miss Elizabeth U. KnoUys. 

Extra Bedchamber Wom(*n, Countess G. 
d'Otraute ; Hon. Mrs. R. Bruce. 

Private Secretary, Maurice «Holzmann, Esq. 

HOUSEHOLD OF HIS BOYAL HI6HHESS THE 
DUKE OF EDINBURGH. 

Comptroller and Treasurer, Colonel the Hon. 
William James Colville. 

Physicians in Ordinary, Dr. Wilson Fox; Sur- 
geon-Gen. Sir Joseph Fayrer, M.D., K.C.S.I. 

Surgeon in Ordinary, Oscar Clayton, M.D. 

Equerries,'Captain Arthur Balfour Haig, R.E. ; 
Captain Hon. D. J. Monson ; Captain J. Clerk. 

E.xtra Equerries, Hon. Eliot C. Yorke, AL P. ; 
Commander Lord Ramsay, R.N. 

Chaplain, Rev. John Milner, B.A. 

Naval Counsel, F. J. Fegen, R.N., Barrister. 

HOUSEHOLD OF HER BOYAL AND IMPEBIAL 
HIGHNESS THE DUCHESS OF EDINBURGH. 

Ladies of the Bedchamber, Lady Frances 
Baillie; Lady Emma Osborne; Lady Mary 
Butler. 

Lady in Waiting, Miss Alice Corry. 

Private Secretary, Dmitri Kolochine. 

Equerry, Commander Lord Ramsay, R.N. 

Chaplain, Rev. Basil Popove. 

Phvsician-Accoucheur, Dr. Arthur Farre, 
F.R.55. 

HOUSEHOLD OF HIS BOYAL HIGHNESS THE 
DUKE OF CONNAUGHT. 

Comptroller, Lieut. -Col. Sir Howard Crau- 
furd Elphiustone, R.E., K.C.B., C.M.G., V.C. 

Equerrv, Major Arthur Frederick Pickard, 
R.A.,V.C. 

Extra Equerry, Captain Maurice Fitzgerald, 
R.B. 

HOUSEHOLD OP HIS BOYAL HIGHNESS 

FBINCE CHRISTIAN OF SCHLESWIG-HOL- 

STEIN. 

Comptroller, Lieut.-Col. George Grant Gor- 
don. 
Equerry, Captain The Hon. C. G. Cormvallis 

Eliot. 

HOUSEHOLD OF HEB BOYAL HIGHNESS 
FBINCESS CHBISTIAN. 

Honorary Bedchamber Women, Mrs. George 
Gordon and Lady Elizabeth Cavendish. 
Lady in Waiting, Lady Susan Leslie-Melville. 



HOUSEHOLD OF HER KOYAL HIGHNESS 

FBINCESS LOUISE (MARCHIONESS OF 

LOBNE). 

Comptroller and Equerry, Captain Frederick 
Camiibell. 

Lady of the Bedchombcr, Lady Sophia 
Macnamara. 

HOUSEHOLD OF HIS BOYAL HIGHNESS 
PBINCE LEOPOLD. 

Comptroller, Robert Hawthorn Collins, Esq., 
C.B. 

Equerry, Hon. Alex. Grantham Vorke. 

Medical Atlendiuif, Arnold Royle, Esq., 
M.R.C.S. 



COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Governor, Commander-in-chief, and Vice- 
Admiral — His Excellency Sir John IIawlbv 
Glovbr, K.G., C.M.G. 

Private Secretary. — Hkubbrt G. Mundt, 
Esquire. 

Colonial Aide-de-Camp. — Edward L. Jarvis, 
Esquire. 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

The Honorable F. B. T. Carter, Premier. 

The Honorable James J. Rogcrson. 

The Honorable Edward D. Shea. 

The Honorable W. V. Whiteway. 

The Honorable Stephen Rendell. 

The Honorable W. J. S. Donnelly. 

Clerk of the Council— Hon. Edward D. Shea. 

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

The Honorable Edward Morris, President. 

The Honorable Robert Kent. 

Tlie Honorable James S. Clift. 

The Honorable Edward White. 

The Honorable Peter G. Tessier. " ■" . 

The Honorable John Winter. 

The Honorable Edward D. Shea. 

The Honorable William J. S. Donnelly. 

The Honorable Augustus W. Harvey. 

The Honorable Robert Thorburn. 

The Honorable Thomas Talbot. 

The Honorable Stephen Rendell. 

Clerk— Hugh F. Carter. 

Master-in-Chanccry— Thomas J. Rough. 

Usher of the Black Rod— William F. Rennie. 

Doorkeeper— James W^alsh. 

Assistant Doorkeeper and Messenger — James 
Corcoran. 

HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. ,,, 
[Elected November, 1874.] 
Speaker — — 

District of St. John's East— Robert J. Kent, 
Robert J. Parsons, and John J. Dearin, Es- 
q; 'res. 

District of St. John's West— Lewis Tessier, 
Maurice Fenelon and P. J. Scott, Esquires. 

District of Conception Bay, Southern Divi- 
sion-Joseph I. Little and Patrick Nowlan, 
Esquires. 

District of Port-de-Grave— Nathaniel Rabbits, 
Esquire. 

District of Carbonear — John Rorke, Esquire. 

District of Bay-de-Verds — Hon. James J. 
Rogerson. 



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way, 



District of Perryland— Richard Raftus and 
James Oerre Conroy, EBquirei. 

District of IMacentia and St. Mary's— 0. P. 
Bennett, James Collins and Michael £. Owyer, 
Esquires. 

District of Harbor Grace — Hon. Ambrose 
jjhca and Joseph Uodden, Esonire. 

District of Trinity— Hon. W. V. White 
Joh; rfteer and JnniPS II. Watson, Esquires. 

District of Honavista — John H. Warren, 
Charles Bowring and A. J, W. McNeily, Es- 
ijuires. 

District of Burin— Charles II. Ayre and James 
8. Winter, Esquires. 

District of Fortune Bay— Robert Alexander, 
Esquire. 

District of Burgjo and La Poile— Alexander 
M. Maci<ay, Esquire. 

District of Twillinffate and Fogo— Hon. F. B. 
T. Carter, Charles Duder and William KcUi- 
grew, Esquires. 

Clerk — John Stuart. 

Clerk Assistant — Richard B. Holden. 

Solicitor — John H. Boone. 

Sersreaat-at-Arms — John B. Barnes. ' 

Librarian — Richard B. Holden. 

Doorkeeper — John Hnlly. 

Messenger — George Carrington. 

Assistant Messenger — Stephen French. 

Under Doorkeeper — Walter Irvine. 

Outer Doorkeepei- — John Brien. 

AssistantDoorkeeperand Messenger— William 
Kelley. 

Fireman— John Higgins. 

COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE. 
Colonial Secretary — Hon. E. D. Shea. 
First Clerk — Joseph Crowdy, 
Second Clerk — John W. Withers. 
Office Keeper and Messenger — James Dunphy. 

FINANCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE. 

FinancialSecretary— Hon. W. J. S. Donnelly. 
Clerk — Alexander S. Reid. 

STIPENDIARY POOR COMMISSIONER. 

Commissioner — John Casey. 
Clerk — James Dunphy. 

REVENUE DEPARTMENT. 

BOARD OF REVENUE. 

President — Hon. James J. Rogerson, Receiver 
General ; Edwin Duder, Hon. Rubert Thorburn. 
Hon. Stephen Rendell, Hon. P. 0. Tessier and 
Walter B. Grieve. 

REVENUE EBTABLI8BMBNT. 

Receiver General— Hon. James J. Rogerson, 
Assistant Collector, James S. Hayward, Esq. ; 
Landing and Tide Surveyor, James L. Noonan ; 
Landing Waiters, James Winter and W. S. 
Canning ; Thiid Landing Waiter and Assistant 
Tide Surveyor, William White; First Clerk and 
Warehouse Keeper, William Doutney ; Second 
Clerk, William Gill; Third Clerk, John R. 
Kearney ; Fourth Clerk and Locker, Patrick 
Furlong : Fifth Clerk. John R. Noonan ; Lockers, 
Richard Meagher ana Richard Lannery. 

Authorized Broker— Henry J. Stabb. 

OOTPORT SUB-COLLECTORS. 

Fogo, John G. Lucas ; Greenspond, William 
Lang ; Trinity, William S. Green ; Carbonear, 
Felix J. McCarthy : Harbor Grace, Alexander 



Cllft ; Clerk and Landing Waiter, Thomn.'! W. 
Gadcn ; Brigus, Georec Guahue; Burin, Thomas 
Winter : Lamaline, Ilcnry Benning; Harbor 
Breton, Philip Hubert; Pushthrough, (Fortune 
Bay) Henry Camp ; English Harbor, St. Jucque* 
and Belleoraui, Geo. T. Snolgrove ; Gaultois, 
Richard Brndwhaw ; LaPoile, Francis A. Reid : 
Twillingate, Joseph J. Pearce: Oderin, Richara 
McGratn ; Channel, (Port-aax-Basque) John 
Evans. 

PREVENTIVE OmOERB. 

Bonavista and Catalina, John Mifflen ; Bay 
Bulls, J. Williams ; Ferryland, William S. Carter ; 
St. Mary's, James Harney; Little Placentia, 
Thomas Freeman ; Bay Roberta. G. W. R. 
Hierlihy; Hants Harbor, Robert Belben : Burgeo, 
F. A. Parsons ; Great Placentia. William Gr. 
Bradshaw ; Grand Bank, (Fortune Bay) Georgi' 
Simms ; Trepassey, Augustus Simms ; Round 
Harbor, Betts Cove and Tilt Cove, John Duder ; 
Rose Blanche, John Furneaux: St. Lawrence, 
Hugh Vavasor; Renews, Micnael Jackman ; 
Hearts Content,, James Gardner; Fortune, 
James P. Snook. 

CUSTOMS DEPARTMPNT. 

Comptroller of Customs and Registrar of 
Shipjiing for Newfoundland c id its Depen- 
dencies, Hon. James J. Rogerson ; Surveyors of 
Shipping, W. White, St. John's ; Alexander 
Clift, Harbor Grace ; W. S. Green, Trinity ; G. 
T. Snelgrove, English Harbor j David Murphy, 
Cajjo Bonavista to Salvage ; William Lang, Sal- 
vage to Cape Freels; Goo. Simms, Grand Bank 
and Fortune ; John Mifflen, Catalina to Ragged 
Harbor; Joseph J. Pierce, Twillingate to Change 

Islands ; , Tilt Cove ; John Furneaux, 

Rose Blanche ; Felix J. McCarthy, Carbonear. 

TREASUBT DEPARTMENT. 

Receiver General, Hon. James J. Rogerson ; 
Clerk, George F. Hayward. 

Labrador — Collection of Duties under Con- 
solidated Statutes — Collector, M. T. Knight ; 
Sub-Collector, Blanc Sablon, Labrador, 51. W. 
Stephenson. 

Superintendent of Mercantile Marine, Robert . 
Carter. 

SURVEYOR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Surveyor General, John H. Warren ; 

First Clerk and Draughtsman, William M. H. 
Warren. 

Second Clerk and Topographical Surveyor, 
Thomas Long. 

Assistant Clerk and Chainman, Carteret 
Alsop. . 

DEPUTY 8UBYBT0RB IN OUTPORTS. 

Northern District— Gilbert H. Cole, Trinity; 
Charles E. Thompson, Bonavista; Daniel 
Murphy, Kings Cove ; Robert Strathie, Musgrave 
Town; John T. Oakley, Greenspond; Henry 
Miles, Open Hall; Thomas Peyton, Twillingate; 

, North Shore Notre Dame Bay ; 

William Casey, Carbonear; G. W, R. Hierlihy, 
Bay Roberts ; John Heme, Brigus ; W. Chris- 
tian, Trinity Bay South ; Moses Tilly, Random 
Sound ; Pierce Hanrahan, North Shore Concep- 
tion Bay ; George Carter, South Shore Con- 
ception Bay. 

Southern Division — John W. English, St. 
Mary's ; Henry Camp, Fortune ; Philip Hubert, 
Fortune Bay ; — — , Burin ; — — , 



BII8CELLANEOU8 DIIIECT0R7 ^t OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Grand Bank: Michael Kelly, Capo Broyle; 
Thod. DriBColl, Bay Bulla. 

BOARD OF WORKS DEPARTMENT. 
Having the management and buperintendcnce 
of Oovernmont House, Coloninl Building, Court 
llousea, Jails, Custom Houses, IJospitais, 
liunafic A?ylum, and all other Buildings and 
Property belonging to the Colony; Lij^ht 
HouHCs, Buovs and Beacons, erected or to bo 
{■reeled, within the Colony and its Dependen- 
cies ; supervision of Conimisaioners or Uoads, 
Highways, Bridges, Ac. 

BOARD or W0MK9. 

Chairman — Charles Duder; Hon. W. V. 
Whiteway, William Boyd, Hon. H. Kent and 
Gilbert Browning. 

Secretary— John Htuart. 

Accountant — J. 0. Fraser. 

Clerk— P. AI. Barron. 

Jiuperintendent of Public Works and Build- 
ings, and Inspector of Light Houses —John T. 
Nevill. 

Clerk — Robert Reader. 

Hond Surveyors and Inspectors — D. Brien and 
J. Kavanagh. 

JAILS. 

St. John's Penitentiary— Governor, Capt. W. 
J. Coen ; First Turnkey, J Martin ; Second Turn- 
key, John Fleet ; Third Turnkey, Austin Lush ; 
Fourth Turnkey or Gate Keeper, James Brine ; 
Matron, Mrs. Brine : Surcreon, Chs. Orowdy, M.I). 

Harbor Grace — Jailer, David Rogers; Sur- 
geon, W. Allf.n, M.D. 

Trinity— Jailer, William Crocker. 

Kerryland— Jailer, George Geary. 

Placentia — Jailer. Samuel Collins. ' 

liuriu — Jailer, Jonn Murphy. 

I'.onavista — jailer, Michael Fennel. 

Twillingate nnd Fogo— Jailer, John McKay. 

Harbor Breton — Jailer, William Lorenzen. 

Brigus and Port-de-G rave— Jailer, Thomas 
Butler. 

Oreenspond — Jailer, John Bridle. 

COCnT HOCSKS. 

St. John's — Keeper, Lionel T. Chancey. 
Harbor Grace — Keeper, David Rodger.^s. 
Ferryland- Keeper, George Geary. 

ST. John's hospital. > 

Medical Attendants— Charles Crowdy, M.D., 
and Charles H. Renouf, M.D. ; Matron, Miss 
Cowan; Keeper, John Prowse. 

ST. John's poor hod.se. 
j* Medical Attendants— Charles Crowdy, M.D., 
and Charles H. Renouf, M.D. ; Keeper, Mrs. 
Downey. 

ST. JOHN'S LUNATIC ASTLUM. 

Resident Physician— Henry H. Stabb, M.D. 

DISTRICT SURGEONS. 

St. John's— Eastern Ward, Wm. C. Simms, 
M.D, Henry Shea, M.D.: Western Ward, Fred. 
Bunting, M.D. 

Conception Bay— Wm. Allan, M.D. 

COLONIAL BUILDING AND GROUNDS. 

Keeper— Mrs. Born. 

LIGHT HOUSES, HARBOR LIGHTS, &C. 

Fort Amheist Light, at the entrance of St. 
John's— A light was first established at this 



station in 181.1; in IS.'^Oanew House.Lanternami 
apparatus were erected. The Light burns at 
an elevation of 1 14 feet, io produced by a double 
argand burner placed in the focus of hd aunular 
lens of the fourth order, and in favourable 
weather can be seen Hi nautical miles. When 
Cape Spear is envi'loi)ed in fog a heavy piece of 
ordnance is also .liseharged at this Fort every 
hour during daylight, to as.sist vessels in making 
the harbor. It is situated in lat. 4T Xi 54 N. 
and loi^iff. 52' 40' 18 " W. John Sheppard, 
Keeper; Thomas Moore, Assistant. 

St. John's — Two red lights are exhibited every 
night fr((m sunset until sunrise, intended »* 
leading marks for vessels entering the narrows. 
The Lower Light on tlie roof of the Custom 
House — the other 400 yard.^ 'u the rear, on » 
white post, within a few yariLs of the N. K. 
angle of the Congregational Church, and 180 
feet above the level of the sea. These Light.* 
will be readily distinguished from any othtM- 
Lights in the town ; and keeping them in a linu 
bearing N. W. i W., will lead in the large.-^t 
vessel clear ol all danger, To serve as leadiiig 
marks also during the day, the pediment of the 
Custom House has been painted white ; this is. 
to be kept in line with the upper lantern, al.s(» 
painted while. Exhibited 1st SeptemlKJr, ISGH. 

Cape Spear Light — This Light was first ex- 
hibited iiu the first September, 1835; it is pro- 
duced by seven argand burners and silvert'd 
reflectors burning at an elevation of 204 feet- 
it revolves, shewing a bright Light every mi- 
nute, and in favourable weather can be seeu 
26 nautical miles. It is situated in 47° 31 11 
N. lat., and 52' 3G' 59 " W. longitude. James 
Cantwell, Keeper; Dennis Cantwell, Assistant. 

Ca|ie Bonavirita Light — Situate in lat. 48 41 
56" N., long. 53 5' 20" W. ; is a revolving Light, 
showing aliernately every itO seconds a whitn 
and red Light. It is produced by IG ar^aaii 
burners and reflectors, burns at an elevaliuu 
above the sea of 1.50 feet, and in favourabl ■ 
weather can be seen 18 nautical miles. By 
keeping this Light open with Cape i' Argent, 
it will carry you clear of the Flower Rock.s ; 
first exhibited Uth September, 1843. Nicliolas 
White, Keeper; Matthe^v White, Assistant. 

Cape Pine Light — This tower is of iron, built, 
by the Imperial Government i.i 1849-50, ami 
first put into requisition on the Ist January, 
1851. It is a fixed while Light, has 17 argand 
burners and reflectors — elevated above the level 
of the sea 314 feet— situated in hit. 4*5- 37' 4' 
N. and in long. 53" 31 45" VV. In a favourable 
slate of I lie atmosphere it can be seen 2G nauti- 
cal miles. George Hewelt, KeejKJr ; Wm. 
Costeloe, Assistant. 

Harbor Grace Beach Beacon and Light — First 
exhibited 11 th September, 181)0; stands on tho 
point of Beach at the entrance of Harbor Grace. 
Sailing into Harbor Grace with a fair or leading^ 
wind, bring the Beach Beacon to bear W. or W. 
by S, and by keeping the Light or Building a 
little on the starboard bow it will bring you 
clear of the Bar, on which at low water therp 
is not more than 8 feet of water. It is situatiil 
in lat. 47- 41' 28" N., and in long. 53° 12' 33' 
W., elevation above the sea level 40 feet; in 
clear weather it may be seen at a distance of 
11 nautical miles. George Brown, Keeper, 

Green Island Light at the entrance of Cata- 



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lina Harbor, Trinity Bay— Situate in lat. 48^ 30' 
16" N., long. 53^ 2' 40" W. This is a fixed white 
light, burns at an elevation of 92 feet above 
high water, and in favourable weather will be 
seen from E. N. E. seaward, to S. W., 15 nauti- 
cal miles. Vessels bound Northward by keeping 
this Li^ht open with the North head of Catali- 
na until Bonavista Light opens with Cape 
LeJean, will give the Flower Rocks an ample 
berth — or when coming from the Northward 
and bound for Oatalina, by giving the N. head 
a moderate berth, you will clear the Brandies 
Hocks by steering for Greon Island Light. It 
•was first exhibited in 1857. Peter vVoods, 
Keeper ; Peter Martin, Assistant. 

Cape Race Light — Exhibits a revolving white 
Light, from suuset to sunrise. The light will 
be visible to seaward from N. E. by E., round 
fcy the S.E. and S. to W. The Light is elevated 
180 feet above the mean water level of the sea, 
and may be seen in clear weather 19 nautical 
miles from a ship's deck. The tower is striped 
red and white vertically. It stands close to 
the old Beacon, which has been cut down. 
The light house is in lat. 4(3° 39 30 ' N., long. 
63= 4' 30" W., and was first exhibited in 1856. 
Michael J. Bally, Keeper ; George iSimms, 
Assistant. 

Cape Race Steam Fog Alarm— A powerful 
Steam Whistle has been placed on Cape Race, 
about 250 feet south of the Light House, wh'ch 
is sounded during thick or foggy weather or 
snow storms, for ten seconds, with intervals of 
silence of fifty seconds, in each minute. The 
Whistle will probably be heard in calm weather 
20 miles ; with the wind 30 miles ; and in stormy 
weather against the wind, from seven to ten 
miles. P. Myrick, Engineer. 

Dodding Head Great Burin Island Light — 
This Light was put in requisition on tlie 3rd 
August, 1858, and is exhibited every night from 
Bun?et to sunrise. It is revolving ca to-dioptric 
of the second order, producing a brilliant White 
Light every minute, burning at an elevation of 
430 feet above the level of the sea, and in fav- 
ourable weather can be seen 29 miles — situated 
in 47^ 0' 26 North Latitude, 55^ 8' 43" West 
Longitude. Austin iSliepjJard, Acting Keeper; 
John Churchill, Assistant. 

Oflfer Wadham Island Liglit — Was first exhibi- 
ted on the 4th October, 1858, and is lighted 
every night, from sunset to sunrise. The Light 
is a steady, fixed lens-light, burning on a circu- 
lar Brick Tower, 100 feet above the level of tlie 
sea, and can be seen in a favourable state of tlie 
atmosphere 15 nautical miles. Situated in Lat- 
itude 49' 36 ' North, Longitude 53^ 45 6 West. 
Charles Prowse, Keeper ; Henry Waterman, As- 
sis' '.rt. 

Baccalieu Island Light — This Light is exhibit- 
ed every night, from the going away of day- 
light in the evening to the return of daylight 
in the morning. The Light House, situated on 
the Northern end of the Island— latitude 48' 8' 
01" North, longitude 52' 47' 50" West. The tow- 
er is of brick, the keeper's dwelling (a square 
building detached from the tower,) is painted 
white with the roof red. 

The Light is a cato-dioptric first class Holo- 
photal revolving white Light, shewing a flash 
€very twenty seconds. It is elevated 443 feet 
above high water, and can be seen in clear 
weather 30 nautical miles, and a lesser distance 



according to the state of the atmosphere. When 
the southern end of the Island bears N. N. E. 
the light will not be visible when nearer the Is- 
land than 8 miles. It was first exhibited in 1858. 
John Ryan, Keeper ; Michael Ryan, Assistant. 

Cape St. Mary's Light — was put in requisition 
on the 20th September, 1860 ; it is a revolving 
cato-dioptric Light of the first order, producing 
alternately every minute a brilliant red and a 
white Light, burning at an elevation of 300 feet 
above the level of the sea, and will be seen in a 
favourable state of the atmosphere 26 nautical 
miles from a vessel's deck ; situated in 46° 49' 
30" N. lat., 54° 11' 34" W. long. The tower is 
of brick, and on each side of which stands the 
dwellings of the keeper and assistant, the sides 
of whicn are painted white, roofs red. John 
Rielly, Keeper ; Wm. J. Collins, Assistant. 

Brunet Island Light, Mercer's Head, Fortune 
Bay— First exhibited 27th June, 1865. It is a 
powerful flashing White Light, and attains its 
greatest brilliancy every te i seconds. It burns 
at an elevation of 408 feet above the level of the 
sea, and in clear weather may be seen at a dis- 
tance of 35 miles, and be risible in every direc- 
tion froin North round East and South to W. N. 
W. Mercer's Head is a bold headland and situ- 
ated in long. 55° 59' 30" W., and lat. 47° 16' N. 
Martin Sparrow, Keeper ; Jas. Gaulton, Assis- 
tant. 

Harbor Grace Island Light — The fixed Light 
for many years past exhibited at Harbor Grace 
Island, in Conception Bay, was discontinued on 
the 1st December, 1869. The Light at that sta- 
tion is now revolving, showing in every direc- 
tion two white flashes, followed by one red flash. 
The interval between each flash in attaining its 

Ereatest brilliancy will be 30 seconds. This 
ight, in a favourable state of the atmosphere, 
will be seen 25 nautical miles. It is situated 
in lat. 47' 42' 45" N., and long. 53' 8' 15" W. 
Austin Oke, keeper ; P. Houlahan, Assistant. 

Ferrylana Head L^ht — First exhibited on the 
Ist October, 1871. From sunset to sunrise a 
steady white Light of the 3rd order, burning on 
a brick tower 200 feet above the level of the 
sea visible in favourable weather 16 nauMcal 
miles. Ferrvland Head Light is situated in lat. 
47' 00' 58" is"., and long. 52° 51' 07" W. The 
tower is of red brick ; the keeper's dwelling, 
detached from the tower, is painted white and 
the roof red. Michael Kearney, keeper ; Philip 
Kough, Assistant. 

1872. Puffin Island, Greenspond— The Light 
house on this Island is built of granite. 'The 
tower and keeper's dwelling are attached. 
The illuminating apparatus is dioptric, of the 
4th order, and a fixed red Light is exhibited 
every uitrht from sunset to sunrise ; it is 85 feet 
above the level of the sea, and in clear weather 
should be seen a distance of twelve miles. 
The light is visible from North by East, through 
South to West bv North, by compass, and is sit 
uated in 49 ?' 37" North lat., and 53° 32' 27" 
West long. Fred W. Oakley, Keener. 

No. 1, 1873. Belleoram, Fortune 13ay— A fixed 
white Light is exhibited nightly at this place, 
from sunset to sunrise, at an elevation of 35 feet 
above the level of the sea, and in clear weather 
should be visible seven miles. The building is 
a wooden tower, painted white, and is situated 
in lat 47° 29' North, and 55' 27' 15 " West long. 
The aiipuittius is dioptric of the 8th order, with 



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ft single argand burner, and illuminates an arc 
of the horizon of 270'. In entering the harbor the 
light must be kept on the port hand. Samuel 
Clewett, sen., Keeper. 

No. 2, 1873. Rose Blanche Point— This Light 
House is built of granite, upon the eastern head. 
The tower and keeper's dwelling are attached. 
The illuminating apparatus Is dioptric, of the 
4th order, and a tixea while Light will be exhi- 
bited from sunset to sunrise, at an elevation of 
95 feet above the level of the sea, and it should 
be seen in clear weather for l? miles. The 
light illuminates the horizon from East by South 
through South to West, by compass, and is sit- 
uated in lat. 47' 35' 48" N., and 58' 41' 30" W. 
long. Shag Island Black Rock bears West from 
the light and distant about one mile. Rose 
Blanche shoals W. S. W. lialf a mile, and Petites 
Black Rock E. by S. three miles. Keeper, John 
A. Roberts. 

No. 3, 1873, Fort Point, Trinity— On and 
after 1st January, 1874, a fixed white Light will 
be exhibited nightly, from sunset to sunrise, at 
this place, upon a wooden tower, painted white, 
and at a height of 75 feet above the level of the 
,sea, and it should be visible in clear weather for 
11 miles. The erection is situated in 48' 21 55 ' 
North lat., and 53' 20 51 West long. The 
appamtus is dioptric, of the 8Ui order, with a sin- 
gle argand burner, and illuminates an arc of the 
Eorizon of 320^. In entering the harbor the light 
must be kept on the port hand. Keeper, \\ m. 
Rowe. 

No, 1, 1874. Can Island, Seldom-come-By — A 
fixed white Light is exhibited nightly at this 
place, from sunset to sunrise, at an elevation of 
85 feet above the level of the sea, aud should be 
visible 12 miles. The tower and dwelling are of 
wood and attached, and are situated in latitude 
49' 35' 05" N., aud longitude 54 10 33" W. The 
apparatus is dioptric, of the 8th order, with a 
single argand burner, and illuminates an arc of 
the horizon of 327'. John Hodnott, keeper. 

No. 2, 1874. Boar Island, Burgeo — A fixed red 
Light is exhibited nightly at this place.from sun- 
set to sunrise, at an elevation of 240 feet above 
the sea, and should be visible 17 miles. The 
tower and dwelling are of Avood aud attached, 
and are situated in latitude 47' 3& 12'' N., and 
longitude 57° 35' 13 ' W. The apparatus is 
dioptric, of the 6th order, with a single argand 
burner, and illuminates the whole of the horizon 
of 270\ Ed. Dicks, Keeper. 

No. 1, 1875. Chaunel Head, Port-au-Basques 
— A woodeu light tower has been erected on this 
head, and on and after this date a fixed red 
Light will be exhibited thereon, at an elevation 
of 90 feet above tiie level of the sea. Lat. 47' 
33' 47" N., and long 59' 07' 10" West. In clear 
weather tue light should be visible twelve miles. 
The illuminating apparatus is dioptric, of the 
Stli order, with a single argand burner. The 
whole horizon is illuminated. Timothy Pike. 
Keeper. 

Rocky Point, Harbor Breton, Fortune Bav — 
Situated in latitude 47' 27 30 N., longitude 
55' 47 45' .f". A square wooden tower carrying 
an Oclttgon aud Lantern, in which a white Light 
will be exhibited nightly, with a red light to 
mark the Harbor Hock. — Wm. Lorenzen, Keener, 
(jiarnish, Fortune Bay — A Beacon Tower of 
wood, currying an Octagon and Lantern in 
which a red light is exhibited nightly. Latitude 



47' 14' N., longitude 55" 24' W. (approximate). 
John Grandy, Keeper. 

Beacon, Ireland Eye, entrance of LaPoile Bay 
— A square building of wood, painted white, 
with three black bands, has been erected on this 
Island. It is 75 feet high and is supported on 
four chains. 

No. 1, 1876. Long Point, Twillingate (Toulin- 
guet) — First exhibited 1st September, 1876, from 
sunset to sunrise. Revolving white Light, 
visible in clear weather 27 nautical miles ; 335 
feet above sea level. Latitude 49' 41' 0" N., 
long. 54' 49' 0'' West. The light tower is painted 
red and the keeper's dwelling (detached) is 
painted white and the roof red. Samuel Roberts, 
Keeper; Jas. H. Preston, Assistant. 

J. T. Nevili, General Inspector Light-houses. 

Light Dues — One shilling per ton on all vessels 
entering any port or harbor of the Uolony,except 
coasting, sealing, or fishing vessels ; but not to 
be levied more than once in one year. Sealing 
and coasting vessels — sixpence per ton on regis- 
tp 3d vessels of 40 tons and upwards ; fifteen 
shillings \>er ton on all vessels lejs than 40 tons. 

The lyth of Victoria, 'Jap. 5, Sec. 5, enacts, — 
" That no greater sum than £25 sterling shall 
be in any year levied for Light Dues on any 
steamer or vessel eutering any port of this Colo- 
ny ; and no steamer plying between Europe and 
any port of North America, and entering any 
port of this Colony as a port of call, shall be 
liable to pay any Light -Dues, or other port 
charges, except pilotage." 

Gallantry Head, Island of St. Peter's— The 
Fixed Light on Gallantry Head, (Island of St. 
Peter's) since the 10th August, 1862, has been 
replaced by a Flash Lijrht, with intervals of 
twenty seconds, and by one red flash after two 
white flashes; situated in lat. 46 45' 30" N., 
long. 58' 27' W. ; elevation above high water, 
64 metres, (204 English feet). Distance at which 
the light is visible, 18 miles. The light is hidden 
at the Northward by the high landofSt. Peter's. 

Light at the South entrance of St. Peter's — 
Since Ist October, 1862, the entrance of the 
harbor of St. Peter's, called South Channel, has 
been marked by two small fised Lights, one of 
which is a white Light.illuminating three fourths 
of the horizon, and placed on the Battery — aud 
the other a red Light, on the plain at the nortli 
of the town. The white Light has an elevation 
of 11 metres, aud is visible 6 miles. The red 
Light is elevated 19 metres, visible 3 miles dis- 
tant. The line connecting these two Lights 11- 
dicates the Middle Channel. 

The position of the red Light has also been 
so deteimined th .t as soon as it is seen on the 
left of Cape Eagle, vessels coming from Coium- 
bier in beating into the N. E. entrance will have 
nothing to fear from tlie shoals of Cape Rouge. 

Light on the South West Point of the Island of 
Dogs, called Foiuto a Leconte — Commencing on 
the I St August, 1874, a Light will be exhibitedon 
the South West Point of the Island of Dogs, at 
the place called Pointe a Leconte, at 400 metres 
(437 English feet) above the level of the sea. 
It will be seen in clear weather 7 miles. The 
exteut of the Light is circumscribed in a sector 
of 163' presenting two cones of Light. One white 
of 40° will light the passage of the S. h. so as to 
permit vessels which maintain position within 
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and to the left the rock of Cape Noir and the 
rock Bertrand. The second cone will be red, 
of 123^. It should be avoided by vessels entering 
hj the S. E. passage, and will enable them, when 
they shall have quitted the white cone, to come 
to anchor in the roadstead or in the Barachois, in 
following the line of the white light from Polnte 
aux Canons, and of the red light from the interior 
of the city. 

A Light House has been erected by the Gov- 
einmentof Canada, on the Western side of Cape 
■Ray, on the South-west coast of the Island of 
Newfoundland. Latitude 47= 37 N., long. 59' 
18 W. A powerful flash White Light is ex- 
hibited, making a complete revolution in two 
and one quarter minutes, and flashing every ten 
seconds ; at a long distance, however, it has 
the appearaAce of a steady light. The light 
can probably be seen at a distance of twenty 
miles in clear weather. 

The tower is a wooden building, hexagonal 
in shape, forty-one feet high, and j)ainted white. 
The keeper's dwelling, also of wood, stands at 
a little distance from the Tower, and is also 
painted white. 

The illuminating apparatus is catopric and 
consists of twelve lamps and reflectors. 

A Fog Whistle is in operation at Cape Ray. 
It will be blown in thick and foggy weather 
and during snow storms, for ten seconds in each 
minute, leaving an interval of fifty seconds 
between each blast. It can be heard'from 3 to 
15 miles. 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

Postmaster General— John Delaney. Esquire. 

First Clerk and General Accountant— George 
Li'.Messnricr. 

Superintendent Money Order Office — Thomas 
S. Dwyer. 

Second Clerk and Assorter — John Freeman. 

Third Clerk and Assorter— George Gaden. 

Letter Carriers and Messengers — John Hig- 
gins and John Power. 

Office hours — From 9 a.m. to 4 p.iu., Sundays 
excepted. 

POSTMASTERS. 

Harbor Grace, Andrew T. Drysdale ; Car- 
bouear, Nicholas Nicholle ; Brigus, Sarah Stau- 
laford, (Postmistress); Trinity. Anne Cross, 
(Postmistress); Bonavista, John Lmvronce ; 
(Jreenspondj William Lang; Fogo, James Fitz- 
cerald ; Twillingate, Jos. J. Pearce ; Bay Bulls, 
M, J. Williams, (Postmistress); Ferryland, 
John Morry ; Placentia, Mrs. Hannah Brad- 
shaw, (Po3tmistres.s) ; Burin, Thomas Winter; 
Harbor Breton, Thomas Birkett ; Burgeo, Fran- 
cis A. Parsons; Little Placentia, Alex. Burke; 
New Perlican, Francis Howell ; LaPoile, Thos. 
Read ; Channel, W. S. Green. 

WAY OFFICERS. 

Port-de-Grave, Matthew O'Rielly ; Bay 
Roberts, Eliza Moore, (Way Mistress) ; Black- 
bead, John Moore ; King's Cove, Bernard 
Murphy; Old Perlican, William Christian; 
Portugal Cove, Mrs. Dooley, (Way Mistress) ; 
Exploits, T. Winser ; Grates, Jas. Jeans ; 
Brooklyn, (Goose Ba^) D. Stares ; Spaniard's 
Bay, Wm. Petipas ; St. Mary's, Patrick Walsh ; 



Harbor Main, Mr. Ezekiel; Catalina,Wm, Cole- 
ridge ; Oderin, James Murphy ; Paradise, Pat- 
rick Healy ; Salmonier, Matthew Carew ; Her- 
mitage, .M. Frances; Garnish, George Snell- 
ffrove ; Bay-de-Verds, Charles Blundon ; Lama- 
ine, James Pittman ; Grand Bank, Jonathan 
Hickman; Fortune, H. J. Haddon; Holyrood, 
John Vcitcb ; Topsail, James Moise ; Hants 
Harbor, William Hussen ; Cats Cove, T. O'Brien; 
Island Cove, John Crane ; Tropassey, E. De- 
vereax ; English Harbor, A. Stirling ; New 
Harbor, T. N^whook ; LaManche, F. J. King- 
well ; Freshwater, J. Pricbett; Salvage. T. 
Oldford; St. Lawrence, Hugh Vavasor j^Rose 
Blanche, Philip Sorsoliel ; Western Bay, Pierce 
Hanrahan; Tilt Cove, L. N. Gill; Nipper's 
Harbor, Frederick A. Thomas; Bonne Bay, 
John R. Roberts ; Hearts Content, George 
Moore ; Scilly Cove, Robt. Pittman ; Herring 
Neck, Robert Lewis. 

POSTAL R0DTE8. 

Summer — Between St. John's and Portugal 
Cove, every day, except Sunday and Wednes- 
day, by waggon. 

Between Portugal Cove, BriguSj Harbor Grace 
and Carbonear, by steamer, tri-weekly ; Bay 
Roberts, weekly. Overland, Topsail, Holyrood 
and Harbor Main, weekly. 

Winter — Overland, by waggon, from Car- 
bonear, via Topsail, Kelligrews, Holyrood, Har- 
bor Main, Brigus, Port-de-Grave, Bay Roberts, 
Spaniard's Bay and Harbor Grace, four hours 
after the arrival of the steamer from Halifax. 

Between Carbonear and Grates Cove, (calling 
at Hearts Content, New Perlican, Hants Har- 
bor and Old Perlican), weekly, by messenger. 

Between Carbonear, Plackhead and Bay-de- 
Verds, weekly, by messenger, calling at inter- 
mediate places. 

Between New Perlican and Trinity, weekly, 
by boat. 

Between Trinity and Bonavista, and between 
Trinity and King's Cove, weekly, by messenger. 

Between Bonavista and Greenspond, fort- 
nightly, by boat, touching at Salvage. 

Between St. John's, Bay-de-Verdp, Catalina, 
King's Cove, Trinity, Bonavista, Greenspond. 
Fogo, Twillingate, Exploits, Tilt Cove and 
Nippers Harbor, by coastal steamer, fortnightly, 
on the Thursday after the arrival of the steamer 
from Liverpool and Queenstown ; and during ' 
winter months, Greenspond, overland via Har- 
bor (3rrace, Spaniard's Bay, New Harbor, Come- 
by- Chance, Random and Freshwater, on the 
Monday after arrival of Halifax steamer. 

Between St. John's, Ferryland, Renews, Tre- 
passey. Burin, St. Pierre, Harbor Breton, Burgeo, 
LaPoile, Rose Blanche and Channel, by coastal 
steamer, fortnightly in summer and monthly in 
winter ; calling at Fermeuse and St. Mary's and 
Placentia every alternate trip. 

Between St. John's, Bay Bulls, Witless Bay, 
Toads Cove and Ferryland, weekly, bj^ waggon, 
during summer months, and fortnightly in 
winter. 

• Between Ferryland, Aquaforto and Renews, 
fortnightly in summer and monthly in winter, 
by messenger. 

Between St. John's nnd Placentia, by wag- 
gon, on Friday, if the irlalifax steamer is in ; if 
not, the Mails will be despatched in four hours 
after her arrival. 



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* Between Placentia and St. John's, by wag- 
srou, in one hour after the arrival of the racket 
Boat from Burin. 

* Between Salmonier and St. Mary's, by mes- 
senger. 

•Between Great and Little Placentia, by mes- 
senger. 

*l3etwecn Great Placentia, La.Manche, Sound 
Island, Harbor Bullet t, lied Island, Merasheen 
and Burgeo, by boat. 

* Between Great Placentia and Burin, by^oat, 
touching at Paradise and Oderin. 

* Between Burin and Garnish by messenger. 

* Between Burin, Corbon, Little "and Great St. 
Lawrence, Lamaline, Fortune and Grand Bank, 
by messenger. 

» Between Garnish and Harbor Breton, calling 
at English Earbor, by boat. 

' Between Harbor Breton, Pushthrough, Ren- 
contre, Rameo, Burnt Islands and Pelites, by 
boat. 

Besides the above mentioned routes, Mails are 
made up and despatched by steamer, after 
arrival of steamer from Halifax. 

Routes marked thus * are fortnightly in 
summc-r and monthly during winter. 

Postage on Letters addressed to the United 
States, the Dominion of Canada and England, 
are as follows : 

For Letters under | oz., 5 cents, and 5 cents 
for every additional ^'oz. 

Letters for the British West Indies, 10 cents 
per i oz,, and 10 cents for every additional ^ oz. 

Newspapers to United States, the Dominion 
an'l West Indies, 2 cents, and to England, 1 
cent. 

Foreign Newspapers re-mailed for trans- 
mission to tlie Outports are charged 1 cent 
each, prepaid by stamp. 

All correspondence addressed to the United 
Kingdom. United States, tlie Dominion, New 
Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward 
Island must be prepaid, or it cannot be for- 
warded. 

I.NLA.ND POSTAGE. 

For Letters— Under |ioz Scents. 

Under 1 oz 6 cents. 

3 cts. for every additional ^ oz., 
prepaid by stamps. 
For l)ook packets, jiamphlets, magazines and 
periodicals, not exceeding three pounds in 
iveight, transmitted by post within the Island 
are charged 5 cents for every quarter pound of 
their weight. 

PARCEL POST. 

Parcels closed at the ends and sides may be 
posted at any Post Ofhce in Newfoundland for 
conveyance to an.y^other Post Office (not Way 
Office) in the Island, at a rate of Postage sub- 
ject to the following conditions : — 

1 — No letter or letters shall be concealed. 
"2 — The parcel shall not contain any explosive 
substance, glass, liquid or other matter, likely 
to injure tue ordinary contents of the mail, 
under penalty of forfeiture of the parcel. 

3— The weight of the parcel should not ex- 
ceed 3 lbs., nor XM 'size exceed one foot in 
length, or breadth, or six inches in thickness. 



4 — Parcels must be prepaid at the following 
rates : 

Under! lb 5 cents. 

Over i lb. and not exceeding i lb.. 10 cents. 

Over I lb. and not exceeding | lb..l? cents. 
And so on, adding 5 cents for every i lb., or 
fraction thereof. 

5 — The iiarcel may be registered on payment 
of a fee of live cents in addition to the postage. 

6 — If the name and address of the sender bo 
written on the parcel, it will, if delivery should 
fail from any cause, be returned iinoi)ened to 
the sender, on payment of an additional rate of 
20 cents for the return conveyance. 

7 — The parcel should have tlie words " by 
Parcel Post," plainly written over the address. 
It should be well and strongly (uit up, and be 
legibly addressed to the Po.st'Office address of 
the iiitended receiver, includinor tlie name of the 
district in which the Post Office is situated. 
The following is an example of the mode of 
address reccmmendod : 

BY PARCEL POST. 

To 

Post Office 

District of 

Sent by 

District of — ' 

PROHIBITORY CLAUSES. 

No written communication shall be enclosed 
in any circuhvr, periodi«rtl,j»implilet, book, book 
parcel, or parcel for tlie Parcel Post ; and no 
communication shall bo written ufioii any cir- 
cular, periodical, pam[)hlet, book, book package 
or parcel. 

No letter, or any writing, or any marks to 
serve the purpose of a letter, shall be written 
upon or enclosed in any newspaper posted to 
pass as a newspaper. 

Prepaid books, pamphlets and magazines for 
Great Ikitain are cliiirged the following rates, 
when exceeding two ounces in weight : 

For a packet above two ozs. and not exceed- 
ing 4 ozs 6 cents. 

Over 4 ozs. and not exceeding 8 ozs 12 cents. 

Over 8 ozs. and not exceeding 1 lb 24 cents. 

And so on, adding G cents for every additional 
4 ozs., or fraction thereof, when the packet ex- 
ceeds two ounces in weight. 

Books, trade patterns, or samples, and all 
printed papers, other than newspapers, not ex- 
ceeding two ounces weight, are forwarded to the 
United Kingdom at the reduced rate of: 

For a packet not exceeding 1 oz 2 cents. 

Above 1 oz. and notexceeding 2 ozs.. .4 cents. 

Unpaid books for the United Kingdom are 
forwarded, charged with double the prepaid 
rates of postage. 

Letters for officers serving in H. M. service 
abroad are chargeable with the ordinary rates 
of postage. 

Rates of Postage on Letters posted in N^ewfound- 
land for the following Countries and places. 

United Kingdom, Dominion of Canada and 
the United States, 5 cents per J oz. rate. 

France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, h.jlland, Bel- 
gium, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Denmark, 
Sweden, Norway, Malta, Gibraltar,' Ionian 
Islands, Greece, Larnica, .Mitelene, Azores 



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Algeria, Turkey and Egypt, Bermuda and West 
Indies, 10 cents per ^ ounce rate. 

Tunis, 12 cents per ^ oz. rate. 

Adenj Africa, ^South and West) Ascension, 
Australian Colonies, Bourbon, Cape de Verds, 
Cayenne, Falkland Islands, Fernando Po, 
Gambia, Gold Coast, Guadaloupe, India, (via 
Southampton), Liberia, Martinique, Reunion, 
■St. Helena, Sierra Leoue, 17 cents per J oz. rate. 

Mauritius, 18 cents per ^ oz. rate. 

Ceylon, 23 cents per ^ oz. rate. 

Brazil, 25 cents per i'oz. rate. 

iJorneo, Buenos Ayres, China, Costa Rica, 
Grey Town, Guatenialn, llayti, Hong Kong. 
Labuan, Mexico, Monte Video, Penang, Unitea 
States of Columbia, (New Grenada), 29 cents 
per i oz. rate. 

As the postal rates for Foreign countries are 
often changed, it would be well to inquire at 
the Post Office if the amount of Stamps on 
Letters is suBicient to ))repay to destination. 

Letters sent via Biindisi are charged 4 cents 
additional per ^ ounce rate. 

Per Packet, via Halifax, Bermuda, 10 cents; 
United States, Uoniiuion of Canada, Prince 
Edward Island, 5 cents, and West Indies, 10 
cents per 4 oz. 

Jiide of Rating Letters by British Packet. 

For all countries, under ^ oz. one rate ; under 
1 oz. two rates; under 1^ oz. three rates, and 
so on, adding one rate for every i oz. 

Letters posted in Newfoundland for delivery 
at any place within the Island are charged 3 
cents for every ^ oz., if prepaid, and G cents un- 
paid. 

By the Act 28 Vic, Chap. 2, all letters sent 
from this Colony, and all IochI letters deposited 
in any Post Office in this Colony for delivery 
or transmission within it, shall be prepaid by 
stamps, or otherwise such letters shall be 
chargeable witii double postage to the receiver. 

Parties desirous of vending Newibundland 
Postage Stamps, will be allowed a commission 
of five i)er cent. Stamps in all cases to be paid 
for in advance. 

nKGlSTRATION. 

Any Leitori? found to contain Coin, as well 
as any having the word " Registration " written 
upon iliem, which may be posted in Newfound- 
land, will be forwarded, charged with a double 
registration fee. 

MONEY ORDKR BRANCIf. 

Thomas S. Dwyer, Superintendent. 

Office hours — From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Money Onlors uiv now interchanged with the 
United Kingdom, Dominion of Canada, P. E. 
Island and tin; United States, at the following 
rules of commission : 

Scile for United Kingdom—Orders up to £"2 
stg., Is. sig. ; from £2 up to X'5, 2s.; from jL'5 
up to JG7j [U. ; from £1 up to £10, 4s. 

Scale lor the Provinces — Orders up to £5, Is. ; 
from £!> to £10, 2s. ; from £10 to £15. 3s. ; and 
from £15 to,£20, 48. No single Order can be 
granted for more than £20. No half-pence to 
be introduced in the Orders. 

Business of Money Order Office closes one 
hour before closing the Mails by the Halifax 
titeamer. 



SYSTEM. 

1 — Money Orders are made out in forms sup. 
plied for the use of the Money Order Offices. 

2— Persons applying for Money Orders are 
recommended to use printed " .\pplicatiou 
Forms," printed for that purpose. 

3 — Place of payment of a Money Order may 
be changed in accordance with instructions pro- 
vided therefor. 

4 — Alteration of payee's name may be effect- 
ed by issue of a new Order and payment of 
commission thereon. 

5 — Applicants for Money Orders are expected 
to observe due care in the examination of the 
same, relative to filling and stamping ; defect in 
Orders, when presented for payment, may cause 
difficulty and delay, for which the paying office 
is not 10 be held accountable. 

G — Postmasters should be particularly care- 
ful to obtain from the i)erson who presents a 
Money Order, whether the rightful owner or 
not, full information as to the Christian name, 
surname and address of the party who origin- 
ally obtained i', unless such party be a tirm. 
when the name of the firm will suffice. The 
only exception to this rule is — When an Order is 
presented through the Bank, in which case it 
will suffice that the Order, being properly sign- 
ed, be also crossed with the Banker's naine. 

7 — As however, after once paying a Money 
Order, by whomsoever presented, the office will 
not be liable to any further claim, the public are. 
strictly cautioned. — 

Ist — To take all means to prevent the loss of 
the Money Order. 

2nd — To be careful on taking out an Order, 
to state correctly the Christian as well as the 
surname of the person in whose favour it is 
drawn. 

3rd — To see that the name of the person 
taking out the Money Order is correctly known 
to the person in whose favour it is drawn. 

8 — Payment of a Money Order must be obtain- 
ed before the end of t*"- sixth calendar month 
after that in which it ...s issued, otherwise, a 
new Order will be necessary, for which a second 
commission will b« charged ; and if the Order 
be not ])aid before the twelfth calendar montt 
after that in which it was issued, all claims u 
the money will be lost. 
Neglect of the following instructions will risk 

the loss of the monev, besides leading to delay 

and trouble in obtaining payment. 
The Money Order Offices a'-e : — General Posl 

Office, St Jolnvs ; Post Offices at Bay Bulls, 

Bonavista, Brigus, Burgeo, Burin, Channel, 

Carbonear, Ferryland, Fogo, Greenspond, 

Harbor Breton, Harbor Grace, Placentia, Tre- 

passey, Tanity, Twillingate. 

9 — Postmasters should recommend the use of 
Money Orders for the transmission of money, 
in preference lo such transmission otherwise. 



aUOOK3TION8 TO THE PUBLIC. 

Facility will be given to the Post Office in 
the discharge of its daily duties, and greater 
security affi>rded to the Public, bv careful atten- 
tion to the following recommenaations : 

Post all Letters and Newspapers, &c., as early 
as practicable, especially when sent in large 
numbers. 



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When a number of Newspapers are addressed 
to the same office, put them up in one parcel. 

When a number of circulars are posted, tie 
them up in a bundle, with the addresses all in 
one direction. 

Address letters, papers, Ac, in a legible and 
complete manner, always giving the name of 
the Post Office ; and if there be more than one 
Post Office of that name, the name of the dis- 
trict in which situated. In case of letter:; going 
anroad, the name of the country as well as of 
tlie town and city, should be given in full. Lei- 
fers, for example, intended for London, Eng- 
lana, if simply addressed " London " would be 
forwarded to Loudon, Canada West, and thus 
be delayed. 

Letters, Papers or Parcels for Outports should 
have the name of the District, the Post or Way 
Office, distinctly written as part of the address. 
For instance, Letters for Bonne Bay, French 
Shore, are sometimes sent to Bonne Bay, Fortune 
Bay District, being simply directed Bonne Bay 
— there are severnl settlements named Broad 
Cove, Little Bay, English Harbor, Blackliead, 
Balline, Caplin Cove, Deer Island, Flat Islands, 
Fortune, Fox Cove, Freshwater, Island Cove, 
Long Harbor, Burgeo, N'ew Harbor, Salmon 
Cove, Seal (Jove, Siiip Cove, and, unless pro- 
perly directed, are liable to go to wrong office 
for delivery. The loss and inconvenience arising 
from imperfect directions, is caused by the care- 
lessness of the sender, and no blame can attach 
to the Post Office — other places besides those 
named, have settlements with corresponding 
appellation, hence the necessity of being parti- 
'oular in addressing all letters, <&c. 

SeQ that every letter, newspaper, or other 
packet sent by post, is securely folded and seal- 
ed. Every such packet has to be several times 
bandied and, even when in the mail bag, is ex- 
posed to pressure and friction. Unle'ss, there- 
fore, the article be light and pliant, it should be 
enclosed in strong paper, linen, parchment, or 
some other material wl^ich will not readily tear 
or break. 

Fasten thf covers of newspapers firmly, so 
as to prevent them from slipping out. 

When dropping a letter or newspaper into 
a letter box, always see that the packet falls 
into the box, and docs not stick in its passage. 

Never seal letters for the East and West In- 
dies and other hot climates with wax. Such a 
practice is attended with much inconvenience, 
and frequently with serious injury, in consequ- 
ence of the melting of the wax, and the adhe- 
sion of the letters to each other. In all such 
cases use wafers or gum, and advise your cor- 
respondents in the country referred to, to do 
the same. 

Never send money or other articles of value 
through the Post Office, except either by means 
of a money order, or in a ivgistered letter. 
" Any person who sends monr) or jewellery in 
an unregistered letter, not only runs the risk of 
losing his property, but exposes to temptation 
every one through whose hands his letter passes, 
and may be the means of ultimately bringing 
some cierk or letter carrier to moral ruin." 
Carefully secure every letter or packet contain- 
ing money or value, first with gum and after- 
wards with good sealing wax, on which mark 
the clear impression of the seal. 



On posting a registered letter or packet, 
always obtain "a receipt for the same at the 
office where posted. 

When letters or newspapers are delayed or 
missing, at once communica'e the fact to the 
Postmaster of the Division in which is situated 
the Post Office at which the dela)ed or missing 
Iptters were posted. In case of a missing letter 
enclosing value, state the exact contents, the 
exact address, and the office at which posted; 
the name of the person by whoiu pi.-ted and 
the name of thf pers n by whom received at 
the office. In the case of a delayed letter or 
paper, send tlie cover or wrapj>er in an entire 
state, iu order that the place of delay may be 
ascertained by an exaiiiination of the post 
marks. 

Trouble and loss occasionally arise out of the 
carelessness or dishonest}' of parties employed 
in the Post Office service ; yet instances are 
not wanting in which it has been shown to the 
satisfaction even of the complaiuantg that tiie 
fault at first attributed to the Post Office, in 
truth rested in other quarters. Theft by private 
hands, although very difficult of proof, have not 
unfrequently been brought to light ; and it is 
greatly to be desired that those who suffer loss 
should, in the first instance, and while the cir- 
cumstances are fresh, endeavour to ascertain 
with the utmost precision all particulars re- 
specting the despatch or receipt of the lost let- 
ters or papers, and lose no time in communica- 
ting this information to the Postmaster. In- 
deed, generally speaking, it is only by careful 
inquiry into minute details, that the offender 
can be detected, whether he be a servant of a 
department or not. 

The Post Office is a department which admiti 
of constant improvement and expansion. The 
public, by sending to the Postmaster General, 
clear and correct information resjjecting faulty 
arrangements, may materially benefit the ser- 
vice. It must be remembered, however, that 
changes in machinery so extensive and intricate 
as that of the Post Office, must be made cau- 
tiously and with much previous consideration. 

Time is generally required to carry out any 
material change in postal arrangements ; for 
even when decided upon, old contracts, requir- 
ing notice of termination, may have to be got 
rid of, and tenders of new contracts invited by 
public advertisements, before the decision can 
take effect. 

New Post Offices are established by the De- 
partment wherever it is ascertained tliat a suffi- 
cient number of inhabitants can be accommo- 
dated, and a sufficient amount of postal revenue 
collected to warrant such a measure. When a 
new Post Office is required, a ])etition should be 
addressed to the Postmaster General, signed by 
as many of the inhabitants as can conveniently 
subscribe the same. The petition should state 
the name of the settlement and district in which 
it is desired the office should be established; 
the distance from the neighbouring offices ; 
whether at the site of the proposed Post Office 
there is a village ; the number of nwlls, stores, 
taverns, and houses thereat ; the extent of the 
settlement to be served and the probable cost 
of the mail ; together with any other facts 
which may form any ground for the accommo- 
dation applied for. 



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OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



POST OFFICE DIRECTORY FOR NEW- 
FOUNDLAND : 

OONTAIJJINO 

An Alphabetical List of the Towns, Villages 
and yetilements 'n the Colony, with the Post 
Towns and Way Olfices. 

POST TOWNS— those marked thus ♦ are Money 
Order OfiBces. 



Name of Office. 
♦Brigus 

• Bonavista 

4>m'in 

•Burgeo 

*Bay Bulls 

»Ciirbonear 

»Fogo 

Ferryland 
•Greenspond 
♦Harbor Grace 

•Harbor Breton 
Little Placentia 

*Placentia 

♦Twillingate 

•Trinity 
New Perlican 
La Poile 

•Channel 



District. 
Port-de- 

Grave 
Bonavista 
Bnrin 



Nnmo of Offlcpr. 
Mrs. Stantaford 



John Lawrence 
Thomas Winter 
Burtfeo & La F. A. Parsons 

Poile 
Ferryland H. J. Williams 
Carbonear Nicholas NiclioUe 
Fogo.feTwil-Jame3 Fitzgerald 

lingatG 
Ferryland John Morry 
Bonaviata William Lang 
Harbor Andrew Drysdale 

Grace 
Fortune Bay Thomas Birkett 
Placentia & Alexander Burke 

St. Mary's 
Placeulia <& Mrs. H. Bradshaw 

St. Mary's 
Fogo & Twil Joseph J. Pierce 

Ungate 
Trinity A,nne Cros? 

Trinity Francis Howell 

BurgtT)> & La Francis Read 

Poile 
Burgeo & La N. J. Smith 

Poile 



Nome of Office. 
Bay Roberts 

Bareneed 
Black Head 

Bay-de-Verds 

Bett's Cove 
Catalina 
Cats Cove 
Clarks Beach 
Cat Harbor 
Northern Bay 

Pouch Cove 
Sound Island 

Cod Roy 

Branch 



WAY OFFICES. 

District. Name of Officer. 



Eliza Moore 



J. Payne 
J. C. Moors 

Charles Blundon 



Port-de- 
Grave 

Brigus 

Bay-de- 
Verds 

Bav-de- 
Verds 

Twillingate E. M. McCurdy 

Trinity S Jeans 

Harbor Main Thomas O'Brien 

Brigus 

Twillingate H. Robinson 

Bay-de- J. Hogan 

Verds 

St. John's E. J. Easterbrook 

Placentia & P. Brown 
St Mary's 

French Shore 

West 



A. Blackadar 



Plac?ntia & J. English 

St, Mary's 
Come-by-Chance Placentia 

Bay 
Fortune Bay 
Burin 
Bonavista 

Bay 
Burin 
Bnrin 
Trinity 



English Harijor 
Fortune • 
Freshwater 

Grand Bank 
(-arnish 
Greens Harbor 



H. J. Haddon 
J. Pritchett 

Jonth'n Hickman 
Geo. Sneigrove 
Simeon ric.ad 



Harbor Main Harbor Main Mrs. Ezekiel 
Hermitage Fortune Bay M. Frances 

Hants Harbor Trinity Mary Hussen 

Holyrood Harbor Main John Veitch 

Island Cove Harbor John Crane 

Grace 
Jacksons Cove Twillingate Henry Knight 
Kings Cove Bonavista Patrick Murphy 

Lamaline Burin James Pittman 

LaManche Placentia & T. J. Kingwell 

St. Mary's 
Musgravo HarborBonavista J. B. Wheeler 
New Harbor Trinity Ths. Newhoo'c 

Oderin Placentia <fe James Murphy 

St. .Mary 8 

Wm. Chri=^tinn 
Patrick Healy 



Old Perlican 
Paradise 



Trinity 
Placentia & 

St. .Mary's 
Port-de- Mat, O'Rielly 

Grave Margt. DoolVy 
St. John's E. 
Trinity Bay J. Tilley 
Fortune Bav Joseph Earlo 
Salmonier, North St .Mary's <fe Matthew Carew 

Placentia 
Placentia & Patrick Walsh 

St. Mary's 
Harbor MainJames Moise 



Port-de-Grave 

Portugal Cove 

Random 

Rencontre 



St. Mary's 



Topsail 
Toads Cove 
Trepassey 
Western Bay 

Sa! vage 
South Side 
St. Lawrence 
Rose Blanche 

Renews 

Rendell Harbor 
Tilt Cove 

Torbay 
Nippers Harbor 



Bay Bulls 
St. Mary's 
Bay-de- 
Verds 
Bonavista 
St. John's 
Burin 



Mrs. DriscoU 
Eliz. Devereux 
Pierce Hanrahan 



Exploits 

Grates Cove 

Georges Bay 

Bay of Islands 

Brooklyn 
(Goose Bay) 
Spaniards Bay 

Bonne Bay 

Hearts Content 
Scilly Cove 
Herring Heck 
Burnt Island 

Gooseberry Is'd 
Fortune Harbor 
Fermeuse 
Lower Is'd Cove 



Thomas Oldford 
George Read 
Hugh Vavasor 
Burgeo & La P. Sorsoleil 

Poile 
Ferryland M. Leary 
Trinitv L. Hiscock * 

Fogo.^Twil-L. N.Gill 

Ungate 
St. John's E John M'Guire 
Fogo & Twil-F. A. Thomas 

Ungate 
Fogo& TwU-Thomas Winser 

Ungate 
Bay-de- Wm. Meadus 

Verds 
FrenchShore, Jos. LeGrande 

West 
FrenchShore, Wm. Petipas 

West 



\ Bonavista 



D. Stares 
William Earlo 



Harbor 
Grace 

FrenchShore.J. R.Roberts 

West 
Trinity George Moore 

Trinity James Hiscock 

Twillingate Robert Lewis 
Burgeo & La Geo. Tweedle 

Poile 
Bonavista Thomas Harris 
Twillingate R. M. Hamiltoa 
Ferryland Ann CoUett 
Bay-de- George Cooper 

Verds 

Little Bay Is'ldsTwillingate John Campbell 
Pushthrough Fortune Bay Henry Camp 
Petty Harbor St. John's Jacob Bishop 
Cupids Brigus W. K. LeDrow 



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OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Chief Justice — Sir Hugh W. Hoyles, Knight. 

Assistant Judges— Honorable Bryan Robinson 
and John Hayward. 

Attorney General— Honorable F. B. T. Carter. 

Queen's Counsel — Hon. George H. Emerson, 
Hon. Frederick B. T. Carter, Hon. W. V. White- 
way, R. J. Pinsent, P. Emerson, J. I. Little, D. 
W. Prowse and Thomas J. Kough. 

Chief Clerk and Registrar Supreme Court — 
Prescott Emerson. 

Clerk in Office of Chief Clerk and Registrar— 
H. T. B. Wood. 

Chief Clerk and Registrar Supreme Court on 
Northern Circuit — Lewis W. Emerson. 

Clerk of Supreme Court on Southern 
Circuit — Robert John Parsons, jun. 

Registrar Southern District — Henry T. B. 
Wood. 

Crier of the Supreme Court and Tipstaff— 
Jolin Burke. 

Barristers and Attorneys of the Supreme 
Court at St. John's according to seniority, 
exclusive of Attorney and Solicitor Generals 
and Queen's Counsel — John S. Stephens, Robert 
11. W. Lilly, Thomas J. Kough, Augustus 0. 
Hayward, 6. W. Prowse, Miciiael J. O'Mara, 
Prescott Emerson, Robert J. Kent, Henry T. B. 
Wood, Robert J. Parsons, jun., W. 0. Wood, 
James S. Wini'..r, Alexander J. W. McNeily, B.A., 
John H. Boone, D. J. Brown, D. J. Greene, 
R. Raftns, J. G. Conroy, P. J. Scott, T. F. 
Walsh. Stanley B. Carter, H. H. Carter, I. R. 
McXeily, Wm. J. Hogau, George U. Johnson. 

Barristers and Attorneys Northern District — 
Henry A. Clitt, Harbor Grace. 

Attornej's at Law — Robert R. Holden, James 
M. Donnelly, Geo. H. Emerson, jun., John J. 
Flannery. 

Law rtociety Benchers— Hon. Solicitor Gene- 
ral, Treasurer ; , Secretary ; Hon. 

Attorney General, J. I. Little, Thomas J. Kough. 
Librarian, John Burke. 

Sheriffs — Central District, Thomas Talbot ; 
Sub-Sheriff— Lionel T. Chancey. Northern 
District, John Bemister. Southern District, 
James Carter. Deputy-Sheriff for District of 
Burgoo and LaPoile, Frederick Cox. 

.Masiers-in-Chancery — Hon. Geo. H. Emerson, 
Thos. J. Kough, Robert J. Pinsent, Hon. W. V. 
Wbitoway, Prescott Emerson and James S. 
Winter. 

VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT. 

Judge — The Chief Justice for the time being. 

Registrar— Robert R. W. Lilly. 

Marshal — A. 0. Hayward. 

Siirrogates— Henry T. B. Wood and D. W. 
Prowse, St. John's ; Lewis W. Emerson, Harbor 
Grace. 

TERMS OF SUPREME COURT. 

Supreme Court — Spring Term commencing 
20th May, to continue three weeks ; Autumn 
Term 2dtn November, and to continue three 
weeks ; with power to the Judges to prolong the 
term from day to day, not exceeding six days in 
all. 

Sessions after Term — The first Monday in 
February, March, April and July, and to con- 
tinue for a perioa not exceeding si.i£ days. 



Commissioners for Issuing .Mense and Final 
Process and Subpoenas returnable into the 
Supreme Court, for taking Affidavits and 
Recoffnizance of Bail in any Suit pending in 
said Court. 

Central District — Prescott Emerson, Henry 
T. B. Wood and George R. Lilly, St. John's. 

Northern District— Lewis W. Emerson, David 
Rogers, Harbor Grace. Israel L. McNeil, Car- 
bonear. John C. Nuttall, John Wilcox, Geo. 
Gushue, Brigus. John Louis, Lower Island 
Cove. G. W. R. Hierlihy, Bay Roberts. Wm. 
Holden, Harbor Main. William Christian, Old 
Perlican. Richard Pennv, Hearts Content. 
William S. Green and Gilbert H. Cole, Trinity. 
Alex. Bremner, Catalina. John Lawrence, 
Bonavista. John T. Oakley, Wm. Lang, Greens- 
pond. James Fitzgerald, Fogo. John Peyton, 
Twillingate. John M. Maddock, Port-de- 
Grave. 

Southern District— David W. O'Mara, Ferry- 
land. Adam J. McKen, Placentia. James 
Pittman, Lamaline. George Simms, Grand 
Bank. Francis A. Parsons, Burgeo. Philip 
Hubert, Harbor Breton. James Moran, Thomas 
Winter, Burin. Nelson Bailie, Oderin. James 
P. LeGros, Petites. George Sutton, Trepassey. 
Thomas Driscoll, Toads Cove. Henry Camp, 
Pushthrough. Alex. McKenzie, M D., Rose 
Blanche. 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

St. John's — Hon. George H. Emerson, Robert 
H. Prowse, G. F. Bown, Hon. F. B. T. Carter, 
Robert R. W. Lilly, Hon. E. Morris, William H. 
Mttre, Thomas J. Kough, Hon. W. V. Whiteway, 
Robert J. Pinsent, Richard B. Holden, Augustus 
0. Hayward, William 0. Wood, James S. Winter, 
Robert J. Parsons, jun , John H. Boone, A. J. W. 
McNeily, John T. Gillard, Daniel J. Green, 
John Maher, John A. Rochfort, G. H. Dickinson. . 

Harbor Grace — Lewis W. Emerson, H. A. 
Clift, James B. Drysdale, Andrew S. Drysdale. 
Carbonear, Israel L. JlcNeil. Twillingate, 
John Peyton. Bay Roberts, G. VI. R. Hierliliy. 
Burin, Francis Berteau. Fogo, James Fitz- 
gerald. Brigus, George Gushue. 

Southern District— James Carter. 

CENTRAL DISTRICT COURT. 

Judges- D. W. Prowse and Henvy Renouf. 
Clei-k of the Court— Robert R. W. Lilly. 

STIPENDIARY MAGISTRATES. 

St. John's — Daniel Woodley Prowse and 
Henry Renouf, Judges Central District Court. 

Conception Bay— Thomas R. Bennett, District 
Judge, Harbor Grace. Israel L. McNeil, Car- 
bonear. John Wilcox, Brigus. 

Trinity Bay— Gilbert H. Cole, Trinity. 
William Christian, Old Perlican. 

Bonavista— David Candow. 

Greenspond — John T. Oakley. 

Fogo — James Fitzgerald. 

Twillingate — John Peyton. 

Ferryland — David W. Mara. 

Placentia and St. Mary's — Adivm J. McKen, 
Placentia. James Harney, St. .Mary's. 

Burin — James Moran. 

Grand Bank — George Simms. 

Fortune Bay — Philip Hubert, Harbor Breton. 

Burgeo- John Jordai. 

Channel — Frederick Cox. 



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JU8TICR8 OF TUB PBACE. 

For the Colon/ of Newfoundland — The Judges 
of tlie Supremo Court, the Members of the Ex- 
ecutive (Jouncil, and Hon. Ambrose Shea^ Hon. 
E. D. Bhea, Hon. James J. Rogerson, Daniel W. 
Prowse, R. R. W. Lilly, Paul Carty, Henry 
Renout, George Carter, Frederick J. Vallance. 

Central District — Hon. Stephen Rendell, I.'on, 
John Winter. 

Northern District — John Peyton, John T. 
Oakley, John Tillev, Wm. Christian, Alexander 
Bremner, John Q. Hkelton, John iMunn, David 
Candow, Wm. S. Green, John Rorke, Jam?8 L. 
Prendergast, John Wilcox, Philip Levesconte, 
James Fitzgerald, Lewis W. Emerson, Israel L. 
iMcNeil, John Lewis, Reuben Bemister, George 
Skelton, James Alcock, Wm. Stirling, Joseph 
J. Pearce, Nathan Norman, Wm. Lang, Wm. 
Holden, Hay Findlater, John Sheehan, Wm. P. 
Taylor, Gilbert H. Cole, John W. Owen, G. W. 
R.'flierlihy, Edward T.Pike, Alex. W. Bremner, 
Geo. C. Rutherford, Patrick Nowlan, James 
Tarahan, John M. Maddock, B. T. H. Gould, 
Michael Dwyer, Hon. W. J. S. Donnelly, James 
Burden, James Winsor, Charles Furey, John 
Bartlelt, John Mifflen, Samuel Evans, Wm. 
Lethbridge, E. C. Watson, James Gardner, 
Daniel Green, Wm. Meadus, John S. Lockyer, 
Alex. McMillan. Thos. Winser, Michael Bolger, 
Geo. Vardy, Cliarles Dawe, James Alexander, 
M.D., Dr. R. White, Thos. C. Duder, James H. 
Watson, Frederick White, Daniel Murphy, 
John Smith, George Gushue, Richard Penny, 
Josiah Manuel, Cant. E. M. Cookesley, James 
Hippisley, Adolph Guzman, John Duder. 

Southern District — Thomas Renouf, Edward 
Evans, Francis Berteau, Owen Pine, Richard 
Marshall, Patrick Furlon?, Thomas Winter, 
Philip Sorsoliel, John W. English. John Jordan, 
Richard McGrath, Philip Holman, Thos. R. 
Keats, Francis Read, Thomas O'Rielly, James 
Pittman, W. J. Coen, Henry Benning, J. White, 
Michael Gorman, Adam J. McKen, Juhn Furneax, 
Thos. Dri.>coll. Clias. E. Cossmai. David W. 
OMara, E. C. liallop, Fred. Cox, Wni. Phoran, 
Moses Tilley, Thos. iiodge, James Harney, 
Philip Hubert and Chas. D. Chambers. 

CLERKS OP THK PEACE. 

St. John's— (For Central District) R. R. W. 
Lilly. Harbor Grace, Hugh W. Trajjuell. 
Carbonear — Jo.seph McKay. Brigtis — J. C. 
Nuttall. Trinity — W. S. Greea. Bonavis'a — 
John Lawrence. Twillingate — Aron A. Pearce. 

CONSTABUIiAHV. 

Inspector and General Superintendent of 
Constabulary for Newfoundland — Paul Carty. 
St. John's— Acting Sub-Inspector — James 
Kenna. Head Constable — John Nicol. Infan- 
try Sergeants — Patrick Coady, Edward Doyle, 
John Sullivan and Geo. Winslow. Acting 
Sergeant — Isaac W. Bartlett. Acting Cavalry 
Sergeant — Philip Lacey. Medical Attendant — 
Dr. C rowdy. 

Harbor Grace— Flead Constable, Luke Fallon. 
Sergeant — Frederick Williams. Acting Ser- 
geant — ThomHS Fennessey. 

Carbonear — Sergeants, Peter McBaie and Mat. 
McKee. 
Bay Roberta— Acting Sergeant, Joseph Rielly. 



Twillingate— Sergeant Wells. 

Brigus- Sergeant Jackson. 

Catulina -Head Constable, J. R. McCowan. 

Placeutia — Sergeant, Michael Kearney. 

INSPECTORS OF WEIGHTS A.N'D HBAHURE8. 

Thomas Brien, St. John's. John Brace, 
Harbor Grace. Peter McBaie, Carbonear. 
William Horwood,*Brigus. John MlfBcn, Ragged 
Harbor to Spiller's Cove, inclusive, ^District of 
Trinity). Nathaniel Patten, Burin. Henry 
Camp, from Pass Island to Cape LeHune, Dis- 
trict of Burgeo. John Lawrence, Bonavista 
South. Charles Harris, Gooseberry and adja- 
cent Islands. G.W. R. Hierlihy; Bay Roberts. 
Wm. D. Cross, North side of Trinity Bay. John 
G. Lucas, Fogo. Marmaduke Clow, District of 
Ferryland. Albert Stirling, District of Fortune 
Bay. Fred. Wyatt, Greenspond. L. Mills, 
Grand Bank. James Peyton, Twilingate. John 
Coffin, King's Cove. John Collis, Trinity. 
Charles Randall, Hearts Content. Edward 
O'Brien, Harbor Main. T. E. Collett, Harbor 
Buffett. 

SAVINGS BANK. 

Governors — Fire members of the Honse of 
Assembly and three members of the Legislative 
Council, viz : 

Hon. F. B. T. Carter, Hon. J. J. Rogerson, Hon. 
A. Shea, Hon. W. V. Whiteway, and the Hon. the 
Speaker of the House of Assembly. Hon'bles. 
Edward White and W. J. S. Donnelly of the 
Council. 

Directors— Hon. F. B. T. Carter and Hon. A. 
Shea. 

Cashier — Hon. Edward Morris. 

The Bank is open every Monday between the 
hours of 12 and 2 o'clock, for depositors' busi- 
ness. 

BRANCH BANK — HARBOR GRACE. 

Cashier and Clerk — Patrick Devereux. 
BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Health Offic r-!— Henry Shea, M.D., and Tho- 
mas Howley, M.D., St. John's. Wm. Allan, 
M.D., and Thomas R. B^i.inett, Harbor Grace. 
Francis .Moraii, M.D., Burin. Wm. Stirling, 
M.D., Twillingate. Hay Findlater, M.D., 
Fugo. Robert White, M.D., Trinity. Dr. R. 
M. Nelson, Carbonear. Dr. Fitzgerald, For- 
tune Bay. Dr. A. Hobillard, Channel. Dr. 
Andersou, Brigus aid Port-de- Grave. Dr. Skel- 
ton, Gieenspoud. Dr. Alexander. Tilt Cove. 

Board of Health and He.tlth Wardens for the 
Town and District of St. John's — Judge Prowse, 
Chairman: Judire Renouf, Hon. S Rendell, 
Hon. W. J. S. Donn.-lly, Hon. P. G. Tessier, 
Hon. R. Thorburn, Rob(^ft Alexander, Robert J. 
Kent, Henry Shea, .M.D., and Tbos. Howley, 
M.D., (Health Officers), Chas. Crowdy, M.D , 
Fred. Bunting, M.U., Chas. H. Renouf, M.D., 
Wm. C. Simms, M.D., and R. R. W. Lilly, 
Secretary. 

Board of Health, Harbor Grace — Israel L. 
McNeil, Wm. Allan, John Munn, Thomas H. 
Ridley, James L Prendergast, George Ruther- 
ford and Lewis W. Emerson. 

Board of Health, Carbonear — John Rorke, 
Edward T. Pike, B. T. H. Gould, .Michael Bulger, 



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W'm. P. Taylor, Israel L. Mc.Veil, Dr. Nelson, 
.Michael Dwyer. 

Medicnl Officer to Bortrd of Trntle for sick 
Seamen, port of St. Johu'3 — Wm. C. Simms, 
M.D. 

QUEEN'S PRINTER. 
John Collier Withers, Esquire. 



EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT. 

ST. John's academy. 

Directors— Church of England Board— Right 
Rt'v. the Lord Hishoj), Hon. the Chief Justice, 
flon. Judge Robinson, Hon. F. H. T, Carter, D. 
W. Prowse. Head Master — Rev. Joseph F. 
Phelps. Second Master — T. Owain Jones. 

Roman Catliolic Board — Right Rev. Dr. 
Power, Joseph 1. Little, Hon. Thomas Talbot, 
William P. Walsh. Maurice Fenelon. Masters- 
Very Rev. P. A. Slattery, Rev. Wm. Fitzpatrick, 
and Messrs. P. J. O'Neil, B.A., and F. J. Doyle. 

General Protestant, Board — Revds. M. Harvey, 
J. U. Patterson, Thomas Hall, and Hon. Robert 
Thorburn, Hon. P. G. Tessier, J. Goodfellow, 
W. Boyd, Gilbert Browning and J. N. Finlay. 

NBWFOUNDLAND WESLKTAN ACADEMY. 

Directors — Rev. John S. Peach, Hon. J. J. 
Rogerson, C R. Ayre, Hon. Stephen Rcndell. 
Principal — Robert E. Holloway, B. A. Second 
Master — Emile Handcock. Third Master— J. W. 

Nichols. 

HAItBOR GRACE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Directors — John Munn, Hugh W. Trapnell, 
John Rynn, Mark Parso.is, Thomas R. Bennett, 
Patrick Dcvereux. Master — John I. Roddick. 

CARBO.NBAtt GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Directors — Rev. \V. J. Hoyles, W. Hawker and 
John Pearce, Church of England branch. Right 
Rev. Dr. Carfagnini, Rev. J. O'Connor and 
Ricliard McCarthy, Roman Catholic Branch. 
Rev. James Dove, Israel L. McNeil, B. T. H. 
Gould and Wm. Penny, Wesleyau branch. 

COLONIAL AND CONTINENTAL CHURCH SOCIKTY. 

[Incorporated 1852 — Instituted originally as 
tlie Newfoundland School Society, 1823.) 

Patron— Her Most Gracious Majesty the 
Queen. Vice-Patrons— His Grace the Archbi- 
sho]) of Canterbury, His Grace the Archbishop 
of York, His Grace the Archbishop of Armagh. 
President— the Most Honorable the Marquis of 
Cholmondeley, and 72 Vice-Presidents, consis- 
ting of Peers of the United Kingdom, English 
and Colonial Bishops.DeanSjColonial Governors 
including the Governor of Newfoundland, 
Members of Parliament, &c. 

Corresponding Committee in Newfoundland 
—President, Hon. Frederick B. T. Carter; Vice- 
President, Robert J. Pinsent; Treasurer and 
Secretary, E. L. Jarvis ; Inspector, J. W. 
Marriott; Hon. J. Winter, Hon. W. V. White- 
wax-, Theo. Clift, D. W. Prowse. J. L. Noonan, 
P. Emerson, James Winter, Commander Robin- 
son. 

School Teachers— St. John's, (Central School) 
Daniel Currie, Boys; Miss Lundy, Girls Miss 



Pride, Infants. Training Pupil Teachers of the 
society — Miss Blackler, Miss Willmore, .Miss 
Adams, Miss Cole, Miss Everett, Miss Jiartin, 
Miss Mercer, Miss Renouf, Miss Powsland. Bel- 
leoram, .Miss Saunders, Petty Harbor. Mr and 
.Mrs. Bishop. Portugal Cove, Mr. Tulk. Brigus, 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Port-de-Grave, Mr. and 
Mrs. Maddock and .Miss Andrews. Spaniards 
Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Earle. Bishop's Covejjnisa 
Manderson. HarboV Grace, Mr. and Miss Ward. 
Hearts Content, Mr. Gardner. Trinity, Mr. E. 
Collis and Miss Lockyer. Bonavista, John Law- 
rence. Salvage, Mr. Rowsell. Greenspond, Mr. 
Skiffington. Swains Island, Ed. Bishop. Twil- 
lingate, Mr. Lloyd. Fogo, Mrs. Plomer. Qreat 
St. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Pitcher. 

CHURCH OF ENGLAND BOARDS OP EDUCATION. 

St. John's — Revds. Ambrose Heygate, Edward 
Botwood, A. C. F. Wood, and Hon. Dr. Winter, 
Hon. A. W. Harvey, Edwin Duder, Judge 
Prowse, Dr. Crowdy, George Rcndell, Hon. W. 
V. Whiteway and J. L. Duchemin, H. J. Stabb. 

Brigus — Rev. R. Holland Taylor, and Messrs. 
Wm. Anderson, M.D., John Smith, Robert 
Wells, (Salmon Cove) Elijah Bishop, (Burnt 
Head.) 

Port-de-Gra\e -Rev. J. C. Harvey, and 
Messrs. Jno. Andrews, Thomas Battan, M. 
Dawe and J. M. Maddock. 

Bay R()l)erts — Rev. W. C. Shears, and Messrs. 
Chanes Dawe, Isaac Bartlett, Dr. Wm. Eraser; 
and Eli Dawe, (Coley's Point.) 

Harbor Grace — Revds. B. Jones, J. M. Noel, 
John Godden, A. C. Warren, and .Messrs. Joseph 
Godden, Thomas R. Bennett, H. Fitzgerald and 
W. H. Earle. 

Carbouear — Rev. W. J. Hoyles, and .Messrs. 
Wm. C. Hawker, Samuel Bennett, John Pearce, 
Geo. Crocker and Dr. J. Ryall. 

Bay-de-Verds— Rev. G. a. Chamberlain, and 
Messrs. Geo. Cull, (Captain Cove) Jonas Gar- 
ret, Henry Blundon, Charles Blundou, Henry 
Stephens, (Baj'-de-Verds' Wm. Meadus, (Grates 
Cove.) 

Trinity Bay South— Revds. G. Gardner, G. S. 
Chamberlain, and Messrs. Wm. Meadus, sen., 
James Watson and Noah Hendy, (Scilly CoveJ 

Trinity Bay West— Revds. G. Gardner, H. 
Petley, and Messrs. James .Moore, sen., John 
Northover, (New Perlican) James Read, (Hearts 
Delight) James Gardner, sen., and Joseph Hop- 
kins, (Hearts Content.) 

Trinity Bay North— Rev. B. Smith, Dr. R. 
White, and .Messrs. Gilbert H. Cole, Wm. Pitt- 
man, Edward M. Cooksley, A. W. Bremner and 
W. S. Green. 

Trinity Bay East— Rev. Wm. Netten, and 
Messrs. D. Rennie, Thos. Stone, John .Mif3in, 
Peter Martin, Thos. Martin and Geo. Raymond, 
sen. 

Bonavista Bay South— Rev. A. E. C. Bayly, 
Dr. Skelton, and .Messrs. Samuel .Mifflin, sen., 
Joseph Brown and Joseph Rolls. 

Bonavista Bay W^est— Rev. W. Kirby, and 
Messrs. John Cotfin, Fred. Shears, Robert Penny, 
Mat. Waugh, Samuel Coffin and Samuel Brown. 

Bonavista Bay North— Rev. J. G. Craig, Dr. 
George Skelton, and .Messrs. Fred. White, John 
C. Domiuy and Wm. Kean. 

Salvage- Rev. H. M. Skinner, and James Bur- 
den, John Brown, jun., Joseph House, jun., Wm. 
•Moss, John Squires and A. Turner. 



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OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Fogo— Hl'v. C. Meek, and Messrs. II. J. Eftrlo, 
JaiBQ.s Rolls, juD., Jusiah Waterman and Na- 
thaniel Banks. 

TwillinKate— Revda. F. R. Murrav, A. S. H. 
Winsor, (Herrinp Nock) and Messrs. Wtn. Leth- 
brid^e, Josiah Colborne, R. P. Rice. Robert 
Lewis and John Squires, (Herring Neck). 

Notre Dame Bay, (;iorth) Exploits, Burnt 
Island — Revds. W. Snflth, John Hewit, Dr. 
Alexander, and Messrs. Chas. Collins, Thomas 
Winser, F. J. Vallance, James Alcock, Goo. 
Hcvior, Wm. Squarry, Geo. Payne, Leander 
Gill and John Colton. 

Ferryland-Rev. C. Ellingham, and Messrs. 
James Carter, P. Wiuser, John Morey and 
Robert Morey. 

Placentip — Rev. J. Kingwell and Messrs. 
Richard CoUett, Ed. Burton, Geo. Dicks, (Har- 
bor Buft'ett) Samuel Coffin, (Spencer's (]ove) 
H. W. LeMepsnrier, (Isle of Valen) and Nelson 
Bailie, (Oderin). 

Buriu — Rev. J. Lockward, and Messrs. 
Francis Berteau, Louis S. Butler, John Paul, 
George Baker, Charles HoUett, and Thos. 
Winter. 

Lamaline — Rev. J. Darrell and Messrs. John 
Pittman, Thomas Laskey, James Pittman, 
Henry Haskell, sen. and John Cake. 

Fortune Bay— Rev. W. K. White, Dr. Conrad 
Fitzgerald, and John Gaulton, (Harbor Breton) 
Rev. E. CoUey, and Ed. C. Gallop, (Hermitage 
Cove) Rev. John Bisnop and George Snelgrove, 
(Belleoram). 

Burgeo — Revds. John Cnminghnm.E. Collcy, 
Dr. Geo. Hunt, and Charles M. DeQuettville, 
John Jordan, Stephen Vatcherand Wm. Ander- 
son, sen. 

LaPoile — Rev. F. Skinner, P. H. Sorsoliel, 
Philip LciMoite, Francis Read and Thos. Rid- 
out. 

Channel— Rev. T. A. (Joode, N. Smith, Fred. 
Cox, John LeMoine, W. T.Dicks, F. J. Tweodle 
and Joseph Small. 

Inspector— Rev. William Pilot. 

WBSLEYAN METHODIST BOARDS OF EDUCATION. 

St. John's — Revds. Thomas Harris, Simeon B. 
Dunn, and Hon. J. J. Rogerson, Hon. E. D. 
White, C. R. Ayre, John Steer. Geo. Gear, 
Robert E. Holloway, A. J. W. McNeily, H. J. B. 
Woods, Stephen Knight, J. W. Pitts', Geo. W. 
Mews. 

Brigus — Rev. Chns. Ladner, Abraham Bart- 
lett, Geo. Gushue, John Wilco.v, Capt. Alfred 
Smith, Capt. S. Whelan, and Capt. George 
Smith. 

Port-de-Grave — Rev. George Bullen and Wm. 
Kelland, Abm. Bursey, Wm. Sealey and Dr. 
Brown. 

Bay Roberts — Rev. Joseph Lester, and Isaac 
Mercer, (of Benj.) Abner Snow, Samuel Mercer 
and Solomon French. 

Harbor Grace. — Rev. James Dove, and John 
Bemisler, James Hmpisley, Willis Parsons, Win. 
Stephenson, John Trapnell and James Parsons. 

Carbonear— Rev. John Goodis^n, and John 
Rorke, J. L. McNeil, B. T. H. Gould, Robert 
Maddock, Wm. Guy and R. Giles. 

Bay-de-Verds — Rev. Jeremiah Embree, Rev. 
John G. Currie, and John Lewis, Wm. Lacey, 
Jacob Moores, Thos. Hilliaid and John Dia- 
mond. 



l.>uiin«iaiii, unr »» tot Alt', xi 

Gregor. John Olfurd, sen., Elias Brown, James 
Oldheld, John Porry, Wm. Pye, Wm. Matthews, 



Trinity Bay South— Rev. Geo. H. Brvant, 
Rev. Thomas H. James, Wm. Christian, Ebeno- 
7.er March, Elias March, Benjamin Benson, and 
TBomns Avery. 

Trinitv Bay North — Rev. Jesse Heyfield, Rev. 
Samuel fenowden, John Cross, G. F. Stonemnn, 
George Barnes, Matthias Martin and Moses 
Tilley. 

Trinitv Bay West — Rev. James Nurse, Henry 
March, Richard Penny, Thomas Newhook and 
Samuel Brace. 

Trinity Bay East— Rev. F. G. Willey, Ben- 
jamin Snellgrove, Wm. Norman, John Hicks. 
Caleb Diamond, Abcdnego Hobbs and Richard 
Cole; 

Bonavista Bay South — Rev. John Rcay, Jabez 
Saint, James Saint, Stephen Abbott, John 
Swires, Wm. Oldtield and Charles Templeuiau. 

Bonavista Bay West — Rev. Alexander Mc- 
Gi 

Oldlielc 
Reuben Bcmister and Naaman Green. 

Bonavista Hay North— Rev. Charles Myers 
and George Allen, Geo. Burton, Geo. Dowden, 
Elijah Burry, Thos. Winsor and Geo. W. 
Hanim. 

Fogo — Rev. Thomas W. Atkinson and John 
G. Lucas, Joseph Waterman, Robert Scott, 
Thos. C. Duder, Alfred Pike, William Perry, 
James Hicks. 

Twillingate— Rev. B. Swanr. and Peter Sam- 
ways, W. Hodder, Elias Roberts, Lsaac Moores, 
sen., John Minty and Alfred Linfieh'. 

Moreton's Harbor — Rev. Wm. Jennings, Rev. 
Anthony Hill and Chnrles Meyer.«, S. Snowdon, 
James Pennock, Mark Usmoiid, Simon Manuel 
and Henry Knight. 

Placontia Bay — Rev. H. C. Hatcher and 
Thomas Giles, James HoUett, Edmund Read and 
James W:".'ams. 

Burin — Rev. Joseph Pascoe and Owen Pine, 
Richard Paul, John Weare, George Bishop, 
John Mitchell, sen., and Benjamin Hollett. 

Grand Bank — Rev. Solomon Matthews and 
Wm. Kendall, Ed. Evans, James Hickman, 
Jas. P. Snook, Edward Benneu and J:is. Lake. 

LaPoile— Rev. Jo.seph Parkins and Saul Bon- 
nell, Wm Stone, Wm. Treadwell and Geo. Ells- 
worth. 

Fortune Bay — Rev. Solomon Matthews and 
W' m. Keniiall. 'John Williams, Edward Williams 
and Henry Williams. 

Musgrave Harbor- Rev. W. R. Tratt and 
John Whitew.ny, James Hicks, R. Wellon, and 
Thomas Elliott. 

Notre Dame Bay, (north)— Rev. George J. 
Bond, Rev. Wm. "Braiufitt and Wm. Mercell, 
Henry Ebsary and Henry Knight. 

Inspector— Rev. George S. Milligan, M.A. 

ROMAN CATHOUC SCHOOLS. 

St. John's— Orphan Asylum, fBoys). Teach- 
ers, the Christian Brothers. Industrial Depart- 
ment, Bartholomew Connors. 

St. Patrick's River Head — Teacher, R. J. Mc- 
Keown. 

Harbor Grace- St. Patrick's Free School, 
(Boys). Teacher, Michael Scully. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC BOARDS OP EDUCATION. 

St. John's— Right Rev. Dr. Power, Hon. R. 
Kent, Hon. Edward Morris, Hon. E. D. Shea, 
John Casey and J. G. Conroy. 



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Ilarhor Grace, Cniboneftr, Huv-de-Verds nnd 
Trinity, South and West— Most' Rev. Dr. Uar- 
fiignini and Patrick Devereux, Thomas (ircen, 
Janie3 Bolger, Andrew Urysdale, (Ilarhor 
Oraco) RichurU McCarthy, Joaoph McKay and 
Maurice Maione, (Carbonear). 

Brijrus — Right Rev. Dr. Carfagnini, Rev. E. 
F. Wnlfh and Jaa. Tarrnhan, James Mooro, 
Patrick Nowlan, Richard Delaney, sen., Patrick 
liroiiliv. 

Harbor Main — Very Rev. Jeremiah O'Donneil, 
Wm. Holden, Charles Furev, VVm. Woodford, 
^Hari>or Main) John Kennedy, sen., (Holyrood) 
James Hearn, jun., (Colliers). 

T.;..:rv P-y »:>.. th— Rev. J. Carolan, (Bona- 
vistn) f'atrick Murphy and Robert Lawlor. 
(Trinity) Edward Murphy and Thomas McCor- 
mack, (Catnlina) Jeroniiah Scaulon and John 
Dcody, (Ragged Harbor). 

Bonavista South — Rev. Wm. Veitch. (King's 
Cove) William Keough, (Bonavista) Wm. Ayl- 
ward, (Knight's Cove) S. Ryan, (Broad Cove) 
John Mur])hy, (Keel.s And. Mullowney, (Tickle 
Cove) James Long, (Open Hall) John (Jhievers, 
(Plate Cove) J. MuUowney. (Indian Arm). 

Bonavista North — Rev. Wm. Veitch. ( Iving's 
Covi) John Turner, (Coltcl's Island) Michael 
Cfishin, (Goo8eberr;i' Island) Samuel Kelly, sen., 
(IJiirnt Inland,) Nclis. Baterton, (Green^pond). 

Fogo — R.ev. James Brown, J. Fitzgerald, 
Miles Burke, (Joe Batts Arm) Wm. Green, Daniel 
Brvnn, (Tillon Harboi). 

Feiry land— Rev. M. A. Clancy, H. O'Neil, P. 
Jacknian, Nicholas Power, H, Cashiu, Gerald 
Jacknian. 

Bay Bulls— Very Rev. P. Cleary, Rev. Nicho- 
las Roach, Jos. J.' Williams, Thos. Dri=coll. J. 
Blackler, M. Casey, Miclil. Carew, (Witless 
Bav) Thomas Gatherall, (Balline). 

(jveat Placentin — Rev. C. Irvine, Maurice 
Power, Thos. Rielly, John tiinnott, Francis 
Mooney, Samuel Collins. 

Little Plaeentia— Rev. Robert Brennan, Thos. 
Freeman. Alex. Burke, John Rielly, Thos. Kelts. 

Piacontia West— Rev. F. McCuUow, Rev. 
Wm. Doutney, Wm. Brown, John Ryan, John 
HennussL-v, Michael E. Dwver. 

St. Mary's— Rev. R. O'Donneil, J. Walsh, 
John (jrace, Wm. Burke, Michael Fagan, J. 
Muri.hy, J. Wholan. 

Tri'p'assey — Rev. T. Hf-nnebury, J. Waddle- 
ton, John Tobui, J. Deijereux, John .\eil, jr., 
John Hewitt. 

Biiriu— Rev. Wm. Born, Rev V. Reardon, R. 
Marshall, J. Power, Mat. Marshall, Wm. Fitz- 
patrick, Thos. Gorman. 

Fortune Bay— Rev. Dr. Howley. Rev. John 
Cullen, Rev. Jno. Walsh, P. Bu:ke, W. Burke, 
P. Burke, jun., T. K;nseIl,i,T. Hearn. 

Inspector— Michael J. Kelly. 

FREE KIRK OF SCOTLAND BOARDS OF EDUCATION. 

St. John's— Rev. M. Harvey, Rev. N. For- 
syihe. Hon. R. Thorbnrn, James Baird, James 
Murray, James Go(>dfellow, Alexander Taylor. 

Harbor Grace— Rev. Alexander Ross, U. S. 
Muun, George C. Rutherford, John Paterson, 
W. H. Thompson. 

CONGRKGATIONAL BOARDS OF ErUCATION. 

St. Job n's— Rev. T. Hall, Hon. P. G. Tessier. 
R. Winton, Jas. Howe, J. N. Finlay, Richard 
Neyle, H. W. Seymour. 



ILiibor Grace — Rev. George Harrington. 
(Smith's Houn<l) Rev. J. B Haer, (General 
Missionary) Thomas Hodge. (Twillingnie) John 
Hiitchings and James Ilutehi igs, (Harbor 
Grace'. 



CIVIL LIST OF THE COLONY OF NEW- 
FOUNDLAND. 

rOR THB YKAR 1876. 

Office. Salary. 

Governor $12,000 

Private Secretary 934 

Colonial Secretary 2,400 

ist Clerk in Colonial Secretary's Oflice. 1,124 

2nd Clerk in do 8i)0 

Office Keeper and Messenger 400 

Auditor Public Accounts 1,000 

Receiver-General 2,400 

Clerk in Receiver-General's Office 1,124 

Surveyor-General 2,400 

Assistant Draughtsman 1,124 

Topographical Surveyor in Surveyor- 

General'n Office 960 

Assistant Clerk and Chairman 5o(> 

Financial Secretary 1,385 

Clerk in Financial Secretary's Office 8u0 

Chairman Board of Woiks..'. 2,000 

St'cretary do do 924 

Accountant do do 1,2<M) 

Assistant Clerk do 400 

Superintendent Public Buildings 1,000 

Clerk do do GOO 

Commi.ssio ler of Poor l,l.')4 

Inspector of do 70i) 

Cashier Savings Bank 1,92') 

Housekeeper Colonial Building 3 lO 

Surgeon St. John'.s Penitentiary 18.'> 

Do Harbor Grace Jail 139 

District Surgeon Harbor Grace 4'>2 

Physician ijunatic Asylum 1,385 

Hosnital Surgeon 500 

Do do 4u0 

District Surgeons St. John's, 2 at §231, 

1 at S4G2 924 

Assistant Collector 1,»5()0 

Lauding and Tide Surveyor 1,1."4 

lot Lauding Waiter 1,1 '0 

2nd do do 1,000 

3rd do do 7.')0 

4tli do do 750 

5th do do 600 

SUB-COLLEOTORS. 

Twillingate $ 090 

Fogo 6U0 

Greenspund 690 

Trinity 800 

Harbor Grace 1,182 

Carbonear 690 

Brigus 462 

Burin 690 

Lamaline .550 

Harbor Breton 462 

Gaultois 550 

La Poile 692 

Oderion 462 

Channel (Port aux Basques) 462 

Pushthrough (Fortune Bay) 462 

English Harbor, St. Jacques and Belle- 
cram 462 



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50 



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Phkventive OrriOBRs. 

Great Plucentia f 231 

yt. Lawrence '. 231 

Honiivisia and Catalina 231 

Iinnls Harbor 231 

lUy Roberts ' 231 

Ferryland 231 

Bay Bulls 231 

8t. Mary'a 231 

Little Placentia 231 

Grand Bank 231 

Fortune 231 

Biirgeo 231 

Trepassey 231 

Betts Cove and Tilt Cove 231 

Rose Blanche 231 

Renews .'.* 231 

Hearts Content 231 

GOLLKCTORS. 

Labrador f 780 

SCB-C0LLKCT0R8. 

Lnbrador $ 231 

Clerk and Landing Walter Harbor 

Grace 600 

Judicial Dbpartment. 

Chief Justice $ 5,000 

Assistant Judges, 2 at $4,000 8,000 

Attorney-General 2,400 

Solicitor-General 1,200 

Chief Clerk and Registrar Sujireme 

Court 1,800 

Chief Clerk and Registrar Northern Dis- 
trict 1 100 

Clerk in Office of Chief Clerk and Re- 
gistrar Supreme Court 600 

Crier and Tipstaff Supreme Court 300 

Sheriff, Central District 1,385 

Northern District ;.... 1,385 

Southern do 924 

Sheriff's Bailiff, Central District 560 

ViCB Admiralty Ooobt. 

Judge 

Chief Justice 

Registrar 

Marshal 

POLICB MaQISTRATES. 

St. John's District Judges, 2 at $1,600 

each $ 3,200 

Harbor Grace District Judge 1,400 

Carbonear 830 

Brigus 830 

Old Perlican 700 

Trinity 830 

Bonavista 830 

Twillingate 830 

Fogo 830 

Ferryland 800 

Placentia 830 

Harbor Breton 462 

St. Mary's 280 

Grand Bank 760 

Burgeo 500 

Channel 500 



Constabulary. 

Inspector $ 1,440 

Sub-lnspectot 5<)0 

1 h» ad constable. 4 serpreants, 2 acting 
sergeants and 37 conHtables ; cavalry, 
1 acting sergeant and 5 constables. 

Harbor Grace. — I head constable, I ser- 
geant, 1 acting sergeant and 9 con- 
stables. 

Carbonear —1 sergeant and 5 consta- 
bles. 

Brigus. — 1 sergeant and 2 constables. 

Twillingate. — 1 sergeant and 1 consta- 
ble. 

Catalina. — 1 constable. 

Bay Roberts. — 2 constables. 

Placentia. — 1 sergeant. 

Ferryland. — 1 constable. 

Port de Grave. — 1 constable. 

Bay de Verds. — 1 constable. 

Bonavista. — 1 constable. 

Renews. — 1 constab'e. 

Bay Bulls. — 1 constable. 

Burin. — 1 constable. 

Channel. — 1 constable. 

Portugal Cove. — 1 constable. 

Salaries in aggregate amounting to up- 
wards of. 134,150 

The above are police trained and wearing uni- 
form. 

Jailers. 

St. John's $ 900 

Harbor Grace 600 

Trinity 140 

Ferryland 140 

Placentia 140 

Burin 140 

Bonavista 140 

Twillingate 93 

Harbor Breton 116 

Brigus 60 

Greenspond 84 

Clbrks of thb Peaob. 

St. John's $ 1,570 

Harbor Grace 830 

Trinity 277 

Twillingate 277 

Bonavista , 277 

Brigus 277 

Carbonear 600 

General Post Office. 

Post Master General $ 1,660 

Isl Clerk and General Accountant 720 

Superintendent Money Order Otf ce 800 

2nd Clerk 600 

3rd Clerk and Assorter 550 

1st Letter Carrier 350 

2nd do 280 

Deputy Post Masters. 

Harbor Grace $ 450 

Do do Letter Carrier 52 

Carbonear 250 

Brigus 242 

Trinity 160 

Catalina 50 

Placentia 120 

Bonavista 100 



MI8CILLANEOUH DIRECTORY 51 OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Twillingate f 120 

Kogo 100 

Hay Bulls 70 

Perrylfind 80 

Little Flacuntia 70 

IJiirin 120 

Harbor Breton 100 

(ireenspond 100 

Biirgeo 60 

l,ft Poile 30 

Kosc Blanche 60 

New Perlican 47 

Cbnnnel 80 

Hearts Content 40 

Patmahtibb 
In the various districts throughout «he 
Colony, in the aggregate amounting 
to over $15,995 

OrFicKRB or THi m:- tt^ATivi CouNca. 

Clerk 9 600 

Master in Chancery 700 

Usher Black Rod 600 

l)oorkee{)er 260 

Messenger 150 

OFriCERB or HotJBB or Absbmblt, 

Speaker $ 924 

Clerk 1,269 

Assistant Clerk 600 

iSergeant-at-Arma 480 

Solicitor 480 

Doorkeeper 160 

Upper Doorkeeper i60 

Outer do 160 

Under do 120 

Messengers, 2 at $160 320 

Fireman 200 

Pensions. 

Patrick Burke $ 94 

E. M. Archibald jE 350 

B. G. Garrett 275 

Mrs. Buckley 25 

Mrs. Chancey 40 

Mrs. Oke ' $ 200 

Beai. Sweetland 693 

S. H. Emerson 1,616 

John Canning 1,485 

Thos. E. Godea 924 

Robt. Bagley 970 

William Magill ! 693, 

E. L. Moore 924 

Thos. Reid 1,084 

Eliza Solomon 231 



ECCLESIASTICAL DEPART- 
MENT. 

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 

DIOCESE OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 

The Right Rev. James B. Kelly, D. D., D.C.L., 
Lord Bishop of Newfoundland. 

deanery of avalon. 

Rural Dean— Rev. T. M. Wood. 

. Rev. P. R. Murray, Cathedral. 
Rev. J. C. Machin, Cathedral. 
Rev. T. M. Wood, St. Thomas', St. John's. 



Rev. A. C. P. Wood, M.A., Ht. Thomas', St. 
John's. 

Rev. E. Botwood, St. Mary's. 
Rev. R. M. Johnson, I'ouoh Cove. 
Kev. T. G. Nttten, Petty Hart or. 

Rev. , Foxtrap. 

Rev , Topsail. 

Rev. William Pilot, St. John'ti. 

Rev. Cornelius Ellinglmni, Por ugal Cove. 

Rev. J. F. Phelps, Acadi-niy. 

Rev. , Ferryland. 

CIAMIRV of CONCKHTION lAT. 

Rural Dean— Rev. James C. Harvey. 
Rev. T. Noel, Harbor (J race. 
Rev. S. M. Wren, Hiirlxir Grace. 
Rev. Job.n Godden, Harbor Grace and Bryan<i0 
Cove 

Rev. William J. Hoyles, Carbonear. 

Rev. J. Harvey, Port dc Grave. 

Rev. Robert H. Taylor, Brigus. 

Rev. W. C. Shears, Bay Roberts. 

Rev. A. C. J. Warren, Upper Inland Cove. 

Rev. G. S. Chamberlain, Bay de Verds. 

DEANBRY OF TRINITY BAT. 

Rural Dean— Rev. B. Smith. 

Rev. B. Smith, Trinity, North Side. 
Rev. H. Dunfield, Trinity. 
Rev. Henry Petley, M.A., New Harbor. 
Rev. George Gardner, Hearts Content. 
Rev. William Netten, Catalina. 

deanery of BONAVISTA BAY. 

Rural Dean— Rev. A. E. C. Bayly. 

Rev. A. E. C. Bayly, Bonavista. 
Rev. William Kirby, King's Cove. 
Rev. H. M. Skinner, Salvage. 
Rev. John G. Cragg, Greenspond. 

deanery of notre-dame. 

Rural Dean — — — . 

Rev. T. P. Massiah, Twillingate. 

Rev. Alfred Winsor, Herring Neck. 

Rev. Christopher .Meek, Fogo. 

Rev. Robert Temple, Betts Cove. 

Rev. Walter Smith, Tilt Cove. 

Rev. John Hewitt, Exploits, Burnt Island. 

deanery of placentia bay. 



Rural Dean- 



Rev. J. Kingwell, Harbor Buffett. 
Rev. J. Lockward, Burin. 
Rev. Josiah Darrell, Lamaline. 

dbanbry of fortune bay. 
Rural Dean— Rev. W. K. White. 

Rev. W. K. White, Harbor Breton. 
Rev. E. Colley, Hermitage Cove. 
Rev. J. Cunningham, Burgeo. 
Rev. Frederick Skiiiner, LaPoile. 
Rev. C. Jeffrey, St. George's Bay. 
Rev. J. Curling, Bay of Islands. 
Rev. John Bishop, Belleoram. 
Rev. T. A. Goode, Channel. 
Rev. A. C. Waghorne, St. Pierre. 

LABRADOR. 

Rev. George Bishop, Battle Harbor. 

Rev. Wm. Howe, Forteau and Flowers Cove 



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OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



RETIRED CLERGYMAN, 

Rev. "homas Boone, liite Rural Dean, Notre 
Dame Bay. 

THBOLOGICAL COLLEGE. 

Visitor — Tlie Lord Bishop. 

Council — Tiie Lord Bishop arm iho Kevds. 
T. U. Wood, E. Botwood, J. F. Phelps. 

Princii)al . 

Vice-Principal— Rev. Ambrose Heygate. R.A. 
Siudents— F. J J. vSmith, Theodore Nurse, 
W. Howe, Willinm Ilnynes, — Payiie. 

D10CB8AN SYNOD OF" NEWPOU.NULAND. 

President, Right Rev. the Lord Bishop. 
Clerical Secretary, Rev. J. F. Phelp.?. Lay 
{Secretary, G. T.' Rendell. Treasurer, Henry 
€ooke. Auditors, Rev. W. Pilot, John Good- 
jidge. 

Executive Committee— The Lord Bishop of 
Newfoundland and IJcvds. T. M. Wood, E. Bot- 
■wooi], Joseph F. Plielps. Arthur C. F. Wood, 
Wm. Pilot and Hon. A. W. Harvey, G. T. Ren- 
dell. Chas. (howdy, R. J. Pinsent, Hon. W. V. 
Whiteway, E. Duder. 

RO.MAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 
Biisho])— Right Rev. Dr. Thomas Joseph 

POWEII. 

Vicar general— Very Rev. Thomas O'Connor, 
P.P. 

Dean — Very Rev. Patrick Cleary, P.P. 

St. John's (Cathedral)— Very Rev. T. B. Mc- 
Grath, Adm. ; Rev. W. Forristal, Rev. Patrick 
Delaney. 

St. Bonaventure College — President. Very 
Rev. P. A. Slattery, Dean ; Rev. Wm. Fitzpat- 
rick, Rev. James Fitzgerald. 

St. Peter's Chapel (Queen Street)— Rev. John 
■Scott. 

St. Patrick's (River Head)— Rev. Jo'^n Ryan. 

Petty Harbor— Rev. John Walsh. 

Belle Isle — Rev. Richard Dunphy. 

Topsail — Rev. Lawrence Vereker. 

Portugal Cove and Torbay — Verv Rev. T. 
O'Connor, P.P., V.G., Rev. M. J. Clarke. 

Witless Bay and Bay Bulls — Verv Rev. D-'an 
Cleary, P.P., Rev. N. Roach, Rev. M. O'DriscoU. 

Ferryland and Cape Broyle — Rev. M. A. 
Clancy. 

Fermeuse and Renews — Rev. John Walsh. 

Trepassey — Rev. Thomas Hennebury, P.P. 

St. Mary's and Salmonier — Rev. Richard 
O'Donnell, P.P., Rev. John St. John. 

Great Placentia— Rev. Charles Irvine. 

Branch (Great Placentia) — Rev. James Whe- 
lan. 

Little Placentia — Rev. R. Brennan. 

St. Kyran's — Rev. W. Doutney. 

Burin— Rev. William Born, P.P. 

Oderin — Rev. M. Morris. 

St. Lawrence— Rev. V. Reardon. 

Lamaline — Re"'. M. MacCullow. 

Harbor Breton— Rev. M. F. Howley. 

St. Jacques — Rev. John Walsh. 

PRBFKCTURB APOSTOLIC. 

St. George's Bay — Prefect Apostolic, Very 
Rev. T. Sears and Rev. Joseph Verenneau. 
Cod Rov Valley— Rev. Roderick McDonald. 
Bay of Islands— 



CONVENTS. 

St. John's — Presentation Convent, Military 
Road ; Mercy Convent, Military Road ; Present- 
ation Convent, Patrick's Street; Mercy Con- 
vent, Belvidere. 

Torbay — Presentation Convent. 

Witless Bay — Presentation Convent. 

Burin — .Mercy Convent. 

Ferryland— I'resentation Convent. 

Renews — Presentation Convent. 

St. Lawrence — Mercy Convent. 

Great Placentia — Presentation Convent. 

St. Mary's — Presentation Convent. 

Harbor Breton — Presentation Convent. 

An Orphanage for Girls at Belvidere ; Orphan 
Asylum School, Cathedral Hill. 

DIOCESE OF HARBOR GRAOB. 

The Right Rev. Henry CAnpAomsi, D.D., 
O.S.F., Lord Bishop of Harbor Grace. 

Very Rev. Jeiiemiah O'Donnell, Vicar Gener- 
al of the Diocese. 

Harbor Grace — Very Rev. D. Falconio, Ad- 
ministrator; Rev. D. ilclnnes. 

Carbonear — Rev. Stephen Flinn. 

Brigus— Rev. E. F. Walsh, P.P. 

Harbor Main — Rev. J. W. Donnellj'. 

Conceptioi Harbor — Rev. P. O'Donnell. 

Northern Bay — Rev. Wm. Hanley. 

Bonavista — Rev. J. Carolan. 

King's Cove — Rev. Wra. Veitch. 

Tilton Harbor— Rev. James Brown, P.P. 

Fortune Harbor— Attended from "Tilton Har- 
bor. 

La Couche — Attended from Tilton Harbor. 

Labrador— Attended once a year by a priest 
from Harbor Grace. 

Convents— Three of the Presentation Order, 
and two of the Order of Mercy. 

METHODIST CHURCH. 

Rev. James Dove, President of CoAference. 
Rev. John Goodison, Secretary. 

ST. JOHN'S DISTRICT. 

St. John's— Rov. Thomas Harris, Rev. S. B. 
Dunn, Rev. John Pratt ; Rev. G. S. Mdligan, 
M.A., Superintendent of Methodist Day Schools ; 
Rev. Thomas Fox, Supernumerary. 

Bonavista — Rev. John Reay. 

Twillingate — Rev. William Swann. 
• Burin — Rev. Joseph Pascoe. 

Grand Bank and Fortune— Rev. Solomon 
Matthews, Rev. Wm. Kendall. 

Petites— Rev. Joseph Parkins. 

Channel — Rev. Jabez Hill. 

Exploits — Rev. James Alexander. 

Greenspond — Rev. Charles Myers, Rev. 
William Wilson. 

Musgrave Town — Rev. Alexander McGregor. 

Musgrave Harbor — Rev. William R. Tratt. 

Fogo and Change Islands — Rev. Thomas W. 
Atkinson. 

Herring Neck — Rev. William Jennings. 

Moreton's Harbor — Rev. Anthony Hill. 

Little Bay Islands — Uev. Robert Bramfitt. 

Tilt Cove, Ac- Rev. George J. Bond, B.A., 
Rev, — Ritchings. 

St. Anthony — Rev. William B. Seccombe. 

Flower Cove — Rev. Henry Li^wis. 

Bonne Bay, &c. — Rev. James Piucock. 



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OP NEWPOUNDLAND. 



Fortune Bay 

Flat Islands — Rev. — Peters. 

Sound Island — Rev. Henry C. Hatcber. 

CARBONKAR DISTRICT. 

Carbonear — Rev. John Goodison, Rev. Geo. 
Paine ; Rev.— Story ; Rev. J. S. Peach, Su- 
pernumerary. 

Harbor Grace — Rev. James Dove, President 
of Conference. 

Brigus — Rpv. Charles Ladner, Rev. James B. 
Heal; Rev. W. E. Shenstone, Supernumerary. 

Bay Roberts— Rev. Joseph Lister. 

Black Head — Rev. Jeremiah Embree, Rev. R. 
W. Freeman. 

Island Covp — Rev. John G. Currie. 

Perlican — Re^. George H. Bryant. 

Hants Harbor — Rev. Thomas H. James, Rev. 
David Gwilym. 

Cataliua — Rev, George F. Willey. 

Port-de-Grave— Rev. George BuUen. 

Trinity — Rev. Jesse Heytield. 

Shoal Harbor, i^c. — Rev. Samuel Snowden, 
Rev, William H. Eddyvean. 

Green'3 Harbor — Rev. James Nurse. 

Labrador — Rev. George Payne. 



CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 

Rev. James Patterson, St Andrew's Church, 
St. John's. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 

Rev. Thomas Hall, Queen's Road Chapel, St, 
Jolm's. 

Rt'V. George Harrington, Rendell Harbor, 
Smith Sound, Trinity Bay. 

Rev. J. B. Saer, General Missionary. 



FREE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

Rev. JIosES Hahvey and Rev. Neil Forsvthe, 
St. John's. < 

Rev. Alexander Ross, Harbor Grace. 

LAYME.N LICENSED TO CELEBRATE MARRIAGE. 

Charles Harris, Gooseberry Island. 
George Goodridge, Labrador. 



ST. JOHN'S AND NEWFOUNDLAND AUXI- 
LIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. 

His Excellency the Governor, Patron. Hon. 
Stephen Rendell, President. Hon. John Winter, 
Hon. Peter G, Tessier, William Boyd, James 
Goodfellow, Hon. James J. Rogersou, Vice- 
Presidents. Robert Brown, Treasurer. Rev. 
M. Harvey and John .McDougall, Secretaries. 
Committee— Rev. Thomas Hall, Rev. G. S. 
Milligan, M.A., Rev. Thomas Harris, Rev. 
Simeon B. Dunn, Rev. John Pratt, Rev. James 
Patterson, Hon. Robert Thorburn, Hon. Edward 
White, Edward L. Jarvis, Charles R. Ayre, 
John Woods, Richard Neyle, Allan Goodridge, 
David Sclaier, Gilbert Browning, James Baird, 
Thomas W. Stabb, James Howe, Jabez xV. Fin- 
lay, Lionel T. Chancey, John Steer, John 
McCauley, J. P. Chisholm. 



CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, ST. JOHN'S. 

Walter B. Grieve, President. Edwin Duder 
and Hon. Stejjhen Rendell, Vice-Presidents. 
James Goodfellow, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Hon. P. G. Tessier. Hon. RohertTh'^rburn. Hon. 
A. W. Harvev. Thomas R. Smith, J. T. Adam, 
W. H. Mare, thos. W. Stabb, Charles Bowring,. 
R. H. Prowse. 



BANKS. 

L'^NIO.N BANK OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Direeto''s — Hon. K. Tiioiburn, Hon. A. W. 
Harvey, John Munn, Walter B. Grieve, J. 
Aclaiii" 

John W. Smith, Manager. C S, Pinsent, 
Accountant. James T. Smith, Teller. Pre.s- 
cott N. Bulley and Willium H. Crowdy, Clerks. 
Robert J. Pinsent, Q.C., standing Counsel and 
Solicitor. 

Discount Days — Mondays and Thursdays, 
from 12^ o'clock. 

Hours of Business— From 10 a.m. to 3 p. ra. 

COMMERCIAL BANK OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Directors — Hon. Stephen Uendell, Charles 
Bowring, James Goodridge, Edwin Dur t, Hon. 
John Winter. 

Robert Brown, Manager. Henry Cooke, 
Accountant and Teller. John W. Hayward, 
Henry D. Carter ami George W. Dnder, Clerks. 
Hon. F. B. T. Carter, Q.C., standing Counsel 
and Solicitor. 

Discount Days— Tuesdays and Fridays, frona 
12* to 1.1. 

Hours" of business from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 



FOREIGN CONSULATES. 

Portugal — Charles Fox Bennett, Consul-Gen- 
eral for Newfoimd land. Vice-Cousul — Thomac? 
R. Smith, St. John's; John Jlunn, Harbor 
Grace ; William Juot, Burin ; H. T. Holman, 
Harbor Bretoi> and Gaultois ; Gilbert Hum- 
])hrey Cole, Trinity ; Philip John Grouchy, La- 
Poile; Churles Middleton, Burgeo ; George 
Messervy, Jersey Harbor ; Thomas D. Bourcier, 
Little Harbor. 

Spain — Don Salvador Ki/.zo, Vice-Consul, St. 
John's ; T. Harrison RiiUey, Harbor Grace. 
Consular Agents— John E. Duder, Twillingate ; 

Greenspond ; Dr. Hay Findlater, Fogo ; 

Gilbert Humphrey Co!e, Tiiuity ; Philip Sorso- 
leil. Rose Blanche ; Philip Hubert. Harbor Bre- 
ton ; Henry F. Polmau, Gaultois ; Francis 
Berteau, Burin. 

Brazil — Vice-Consul, Francis Winton. Con- 
sular Agents — \V. H. Thompson, Conception 
Bay ; Thomas Winter, Burin ; Henry T. Hol- 
man, Harbor Breton. 

German Empire— Robert II. Prowse, Con- 
sul, St. John's. 

France- A. Jacquemin, Consul for Newfound- 
land. 

Italy — Henry J. Stabb, Consular Agent for 
Newfoundland. 

United States of America — Thomas N. Molloy, 
Consul for Newfoundland. Vice-Consul, Tho- 



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OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



mas J. HearD. Consular Agent, Harbor Grace 
— P. Devereux. 

ISweden and Norway— Robert H. Prowae, 
Vice-Consul lor Newfoundland. 



NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED 
COLONY. 



tN .THE 



Advocate — Published every Wednesday and 
.Saturday morning. 

Courier — Published even Wednesday and 
Saturday morninj?. 

Commercial Journal — Published every fort- 
night, immediately previous to the closing of 
the Mail per Halifax steamer. 

Morning Chronicle — Published every Tues- 
day, Thursday and Saturdiy morning. 

Newfoundland — Published every Tuesday and 
Friday morniag. 

North Star — Published every Saturday morn- 
in*^. 

Public Ledger— Published every Tuesday 
and Friday morning. 

Patriot — Published every Monday afternoon. 

Royal Gazette — Published every Tuesday 
afternoon. 

Weekly Chronicle— Published every Friday 
morning. 

Standard (Harbor Grace) — Published every 
Saturday morning. 

Times — Published every Wednesday and Sa- 
turday morning. 

Temperance Journal — Published on the Ist 

and 15th of every month. 



NEWTOUxVDLAND TARIFF. 

According to Jtevenue Act, passed 1876. 

Horses, Mares, kc, each $2 30 

Figs and Calves 23 

■(Jxen and Cows, the $100 5 00 

Ale, Porter, Cider and Perry, the gallon.. 10 

Apples, the barrel 30 

Eacon, Hams, Tongues, Sraoknd Beef and 

Sausages, the cwt 2 00 

Beef and Pigs' Heads, salted and cured, 

the brl. of 200 lbs 60 

Biscuit or Bread, the cwt 07 

Sweet or Fancy Biscuits and Crackers, 

the $100 13 00 

Butter, the cwt 1 12 

Cheese, the cwt 1 50 

Chocolate and Cocoa, the lb 04 

Cigars, 5 per cent, ad valorem and tiie M. 2 64 

Coffee, the lb 00 3 

Coal, imported or brought into the port 

of St. John's, the ton 2.5 

Confectionery, the cwt 3 50 

Feathers and Feather Beds, the lb 05 

Fish — salted, dried and pickled, the cwt. 1 32 

Flour, the barrel 20 

Fruit, dried, the lb , 04 

" other descriptions, (except 

Apples) the $100 5 00 

Lumber, the M 1 00 

JMolasses, the gallon 06 

Oatmeal, the barrel 20 

Indian Meal and Pease, the barrel 15 

Pork, the barrel of 200 lbs I 00 



Salt, the ton 20 

Sliingles, the M 40 

Shooks and Slaves (manufactured and 

dressed) the f 100 20 00 

Spirits, viz: — Brandy or other Spirits, not 
herein defined or enumerated, and not 
exceeding the strength of proof by 
Sykes' Hydrometer, and so in propor- 
tion for any greater strength than the 

strength of proof, the gallon 1 60 

All other Spirits, of greater strength than 
forty-three over proof^ shall be deemed 
to be undefined Spirits, and shall be 
subject to duty accordingly. 
Rum, not exceeding the strength of proof 
by Sykes' Hydrometer, and so in jiro- 
purtion for any greater strength tlian 

the strength of proof, the gallon 1 00 

Gin, not exceeding the strength of proof 
by Sykes' Hydrometer, and so in pro- 
l)ortion for any greater strength than 

the strength of proof, the g.iUon 1 20 

Whiskey, not exceeding the strength of 
proof by Sykes' Hydrometer, and pr> 
in jiroportiou for any greater strength 
than the strength of proof, the gal hn. 1 50 
Cordials, Slirub and other Spirits, being 
sweetened or mixed, so that the degree 
of strength cannot be ascertained as 

aforesaid, the gallon 80 

Sugar — Loaf and relined, the cwt 3 50 

'° Unrefined, the cwt 2 00 

" Bastard, the cwt 2 50 

Tea — Souchong, Congou and Bohea, the 

lb 05 

Tobacco — Manufactured, the lb 12 

" Leaf, the lb 07 

" Stems, the cwt 0.50 

Timber, the ton 30 

Vinegar, the gallon 10 

Wines, viz :— Champagne, the gallon 2 00 

Port and Madeira, the gallon 1 50 

Sherry and Manzanilia, 12^ per cent, od 

va/orem, and tlie gallon 90 

Spanish Red, Denia, Sicilian, Figueira, 
Red Lisbon, Common, Cape and Mala- 
ga, the gallon 60 

Claret, the gallon 60 

Hock, Burgundy and Liglit Rhenish Wine, 

the gallon 60 

All other wines, 12^ per cent, ad valorem, 

and the gallon 80 

Realy-made Clothes, viz : — Coats, 
Jackets, Trowsers, Waistcoats and 

Souihwesters, the SlOO 20 00 

Stockings, Shirts and Drawers (made by 

hand and not woven) the flOO 20 00 

Mamies, Dresses, Cloaks, Sacks, the $100 20 00 

Candles, the $100 20 00 

Manufactures of Wood, (except Cabinet 
Wares, Musical Instruments and Agri- 
cultural Implements) the $100 20 00 

Empty (yasks of all kinds, not containing 
Mercliandize — including Fish Boxes and 

returned Casks, the $100 20 00 

Packages in which Dry Goods are im- 
ported, the $100 13 00 

Fresh Meat and Poultry, the $100 5 00 

Anchors and Cliain Cables, Copper and 
Composition Metal for Ships, viz: — 
Bar, Bolt and Sheathing; Nails, Iron, 
viz. : — Bar, Bolt, Sheathing, and Sheet; 
Wrought Nails; Cordage atid Hemp 



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Cables; Oakiini : Canvass ; Corks and 
Corkwood ; Pitcli ; Pitch, Tar, Resin, 
El" w Turpentine ; Fishing Tackle, Masts 
and Spars; iShtct Tin and Solder; 
MachiniTv and jiarts of Machinery, im- 
ported for the u?e of Foundaries, Fac- 
tories, Mills or other piirimses ; Staves 
undressed ; Oats, Ric^, Indian Corn, 

Bran, Barley, Medicines, the $100 8 00 

Goods, Wares and Merchandize, not 
otherwise enumerated, described or 
charged with duty in this Act, and not 
otherwise exennitj^ the $10.) 13 00 

LOCAL DISTILLATION. 

Brandy, not exceeding the strength of 
proof by Sykes' Hy<ironieter, and so in 
proportion for any greater strength than 
the strength of proof, the gallon 1 20 

Gin, not exceeding the strength of proof 
by Sykes' Hydrometer, and' so in pro- 
proportion for any greater strength 
than the strength uf jirouf, the gallon 1 00 

Whiskty. not exceeding the strength of 
proof oy Sykes' Hydrometer, and so in 
portion for any greater strength than 
the St! engih of proof, the gallon 1 00 

Rum, noi exceedin;,' thef^trength of proof 
by Sykes' Hydrometer, and so in pro- 
portion for any greater strength than 
the strength of proof, the gallon 75 

TABLE OF EXEMPTIONS. 

Printing Presses, Printing Paper, (Royal 
and Demy) Printing Types and all 
other Printing Materials. 

Printed Books and Pamphlets, Maps and Charts. 

Coin and Bullion, Hemp, Flax, Tow. 

Fresh Fish, Bait. 

Wheat, Eggs. 

Plants, Trees, Shrubs. 

Unmanufactured Wool and Raw Cotton. 

Specimens Hlustrative of Natural History. 

Vvorks of Art — viz.. Engravings, Paintings ar.d 
Statuary intended for sale. 

Articles imported for religious purposes and 
not intended for sale. 

Manure of all kinds. 

Agricultural Implements and Machinery im- 
ported by Agricultural Societies, for the pro- 
motion of Agriculture. 

Arms, Cloth and Provisions for Her Majesty's 
Laitd and Sea Forces. 

Passengers' Baggnge, Household Furniture, 
and Working Tools, and implements, ased 
and in the use of persons arriving in the 
Island. 

Refuse Rice, Seeds for Agricultural purposes. 

Vegetables of all sorts. 

Hides and nieces of Hides, not tanned, curried 
or dressed. 

Coale (when not imported or brought iato the 
Port of St. John's). 

Articles of every description imported for the 
use of the Governor. 

Donations of Clothing specially imnorted for 
distribution gratuitously by any Charitable 
Society. 

Cotton Yarn. 

Pig Iron, Coke. 



Bark for Tanning Lt^ather. 

Sulphuric Acid when used for the manufacture 
of Manure. 

Tvnues, to be used in m;inufacturing nets in 
this Colony. 

Dye Stuffs. 

Junk, Old Iron, Old Copper and Composition- 
metal. 

Articles for the official use uf Foreign Consuls. 

Steam Engines, Boi'ers, Propellers, Water- 
wheels, and Saws, when used in the original 
construction of Steam Boats built in this 
Island, Mills or Factories, also Crushing 
Mills tor Mining purposes. 

Philosophical Instrnnienls and a^jparatus, in- 
cluding Globes, wlien imported and for the 
use of Colleges and Scliools, Scientific or 
Literary Societies. 

Materials for sheathing the bottoms of Vessels, 
such as Zinc. Copper and (Jomposition-metal, 
together with Nails, Pa])er or Felt, which 
may be used under the same. 

Live Sheep, Sand, Woolen Yarn, and Corn for 
the manufacture of Brooms. 

It shall not be lawful for any Importer of dried 
Fish to warehouse the same in an}' of the 
I'or s in this Colony or its Dependencies, with- 
out the piiyment of the duty hereinbefore im- 
posed ; and the provisions of any Act of this 
Colony with regard to the Warehousing of 
Goods on the first entry thereof, or to the 
allowance of drawbacks upon exportation, 
shall not in either case ai>ply to or be con- 
strued to apply to such fish : Provided, that 
the section sliall not apply to such fish of 
British catch and cure, unless otherwise de- 
clared by Proclamation of the Governor, 
published in the lioyal Gazette. 

All Yachts sailing under Warrant of the 
Lords of the Admiralty, or belonging to the 
Jioyal Yact Club, shall be exempted on view of 
the said Warrant, from payment of all local 
Duties whatsoever. 

HARBOR OaES. 

The following amounts, as Harbor Dues, 
shall be paid by Vessels arriving at the Port of 
St. John's, at the time of their being entered at 
the (Justom House, i-xeept Ships of War and 
Vessels engaged in the Coasting trade and Fish- 
ing, viz. : 

Every vessel of Sixty tons and upwards, and 
not more than One Hundred tons, 5)2. 

Every vessel of more than One Hundred tons, 
and not more than Two Hundred tons, $3. 

Every vessiel of more than Two Hundred 
tons, and not more than Three Hundred tons, 

$4. 

Every vessel of more than Three Hundred 
tons, and not more than Four Hundred tonj. 

Every vp^sel of more than Four Hundred tons, 
$6. 

Provided, that no vessel shall be compelled 
to pay Harbor Dues more than once in every 
half-year, viz. : Once between the First day of 
January and Thirtieth day of June, and once 
between the Thirtieth day of June and First 
day of January. 



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56 



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CL'STO.nS TARIFF FOR THE: DOJTII. 
NION OF CANADA. 

All goods not hereimt/ler enttmrT'ited are Hiihject 
to 17J I'er cent. duty. 



Acids of every description, except acetic 

acid, vinejiar and sulpluiric ticid. 

Acetic Acid and Vinegar 10 cts per 

gal ; pkgs. ad vil 

Advertising Pamphlets 

Agricultural Societies — Farming Utensils 
and Implements — when imported by, 
for the encouragement of agricul- 
ture... 

Alabaster 

Alcohol §1 <^gal ; pkgs. 

Ale, Beer, and Porter, in casks, 5 cts/^ gal 

10 per cent, mi? vul. packages .. 

Do. in bottles (5 quart or 10 pint bottles 

to the gallon) 7 cts /u gal. iO per 

cent, adval. packages 

Almonds and Nuts 

Alum 

Aniline Salt, for dyeing 

Anatomical Preparations 

Anchors 

Angola Hair, manufactured 

Animals of all kinds, except such as are 
imported for the improvement of 

stock 

Animals imported for the improvement o"" 

stock 

Animals of all kinds from the B. N. A. 

Provinces 

Antimony 

Antiquities, Cabinets of 

Annatto, Liquid or otherwise 

Apparatus, Steering (ships') 

Apparel (wearing) of British subjects dy- 
ing abroad, but domiciled in Canada 
Argentine, Albata and German Silver 
.tnl Plate ware (all kinds) manufac- 
tured 

Argol 

Army and Navy, tor use ot — 

Arms 

Clothing 

Musical Instruments for Bands 

Military Stores 

Articles for the use of the Dominion 

" by and for use of Governor-Gen- 
erals 

" for use of foreign Consuls-General 

Ash— Pot, Pearl, and Soda 

Asphaltiim, a mineral pitch 

Atlases 

Axles, for railroad cars 

B'igatellc Boards and Billiard Tables 

Baggage, Travellers' 

Bark, Tanners' 

Bark, Nuts, Vegetables, Wood and Drugs 

used chiefly in dyeing 

Barley 

Barilla, or Kelp 

Beans and Peas 

Beer in bottles 7 cts /> gal, 10 per 

cent, ad val. packages 

Beer in wood 5 ^-ts^ gal. 10 per 

cent, adval. packages 

Belting (duck) and Hose (duck) 

Berries used chiefly in Dyeing 



Free 
17* 



Free 

17* 

17^ 

m 



17* 

Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 



10 

Free 

Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 
6 

Free 



17J 
Free 

Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 

Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 

U^ 
Free 

Free 
Free 

Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 

Hi 

Free 

free 



Bitters, containing s|iirits SI. 50 p gal ; 

pkgs 

Blacking 

Blacking, for Military 

Bleaching Powders 

Blocks and Patent Bushes, for ships' use.. 

Botany, specimens of. 

IJooks, being reprint of British Copyright 

works 

Book.-? — Blank Account and Copy Books, 

and Books lo be written or drawn 



I 



upon. 



17* 
17i 
Free 
Free 

a 

Free 
1-4 



17* 



Books (printed), Periodicals and Pamph- 
lets, not being Foreign Reprints of 
British Copyright works, nor Blank 
Account Books, nor Co])y Books, nor 
b'loks to be written in or drawn upon, 
nor Reprints of Books printed in Ca- 
nada, nor printed Sheet .Music, ad rd 5 
Bookbinders' Tools, Implements, MiU 

Boards and Cloth Free 

Boots and shoes (Icatlier) 17* 

Boot Felt ]0 

Book, Map, and News Printing Paper 17* 

Bone, manufactured 17j 

Bonnets, Hats, and Caps 17.J 

Bibles, Testaments, and Devotional Books 5 

Binnacle Lamjis, Ships' 5 

Biscuit and Bread from Great Britain and 

B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Boiler Plate, Iron S 

Bolting Cloths Free 

Borax Free 

Bracelets, Braids, &c., made of hair 17^ 

Bran 10 

Bran, from B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Brandy SI p gal ; pkgs... 17* 

Brass and Copper, manufactured 17* 

Brass, in bars, rods, sheets, scraps, and 

strips Free 

Brass Tubes and Piping, when drawn, or 

Iron Free 

Brass or tJopper Wire, and Wire Cloth.... Free 
Brass and Tin Clasps, Slides and Span- 
gles, for the manufacture of hoop 

skirts .' Free 

Brimstone, roU or flour Free 

Bristles and Hogs' Hair of all kinds Free 

Britannia and Metal Ware 17* 

Bronze Ornaments 174 

Brooms and Brushes, all kinds 17} 

Broom, Corn Free 

Buckwheat Free 

Bulbs Free 

Bullion •■ Free 

Bullion and Coin, except U. S. silver coin. Free 

Burr Stones '. Free 

Busts, natural size, not being cast, nor 
produced by any mere mechanical 

process Free 

Butter 4 cts/) lb; pkgs. 17J 

Do. from B.N. A. Provinces Free 

Bunting, Ships' 5 

Cabinets of Coins, Antiquities, Gems, and 

Medals Free 

Cables, Iron Chain, for ships, over J in., 

shackled or swiveled, or not Free 

Cables, Hemp, when used for ships and 

vessels only 5 

Cables, Grass, when usea for ships and 

vessels only 5 

Cabinetware or Furniture 17^ 



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57 



OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Carbolic or Heavy Oil, used in the man- 
ufacture of wood block pavement, 
and of wood for buildings and rail- 
road ties Free 

Carboys, containing Sulphuric Acid 17J 

Cards, Playing 25 

Candles and Tapers, of Tallow, Wax, or 

any other material 17J 

Canada Plates, Tinned Plates, Sheet Iron. 5 

Cane Juice (see Syrups) 

Caoutchouc, or India Rubber and Gutta 

Percha, unmanufactured Free 

Caoutchouc, or India Rubber, manufac- 
tured 17J 

Canvas (Nos. 1 to 6), for ships' use 5 

Canvas, for the manufacture of floor oil 
cloth, not less than 18 feet wide, and 
not pre. ^ed or calendered 

Canvas, when otherwise used 

Caps, Hats, and Bonnets 

Carriages 

Carriages of Travellers, and Carriages 
laden with Merchandise (Hawkers 
and Circus Troupes excepted) Free 

Carpets and Hearth Rugs 17^ 

Cashmere 17^ 

Cassia, ground 25 

Do., unground 17* 

CastileSoap 17| 

Casts, as models for use of schools of 

design Free 

Castings (all others). Iron 17^ 

Cement, Marine or Hydraulic, unground. Free 

Cement, Hydraulic, ground and calcined 17J 
Chairs, Wrought Iron or Steel, imported 

for railway purposes Free 

Cheese 3 cts ;>. lb ; pkgs. 17^^ 

Do., from B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Chandeliers and Gas Fittings 17^ 

Chinaware, Earthenware, and Crockery.. 17* 

Charts, Maps and Atlases 17| 

Charitable Institutions, Donations for Free 

Church Bells Free 

Chicory, or other root or vegetable used 

as coffee 3 cts /j. lb., pkgs. 17* 

Raw, or green 3 cts p. lb., pkgs. ll\ 

Do., kiln-dried, roasted or ground... 

4 eta /». lb., pkgs 17J^ 

Cider 17* 

Cigars 70 cts;?. lb; pkgs. 17| 

Cinnamon ground 25 

Do., unground 17^ 

Citrons 10 

Do., imported in brine for the purpose 

of being candied Free 

Clay Pipes, Clays, Earth, and Sand Free 

Clocks 17j 

Clothing, or Wearing Apparel, made by 

hand or sewing machine 17^ 

Clothing for Army and Navy, or Dona- 
tions of for Charitable Institutions... Free 
Clothing, Plain, imported for Officers of 
the Army and Navy serving in Can- 
ada Free 

Clothing and Arms, for the Army u.nd 

Military Forces in the Dominion Free 

Coach and Harness Furniture 17J 

Coal and Coke Free 

Cocoa, bean and shell Free 

Cocoanut Oils, in their natural state Free 

Cocoa Paste, from Great Britain and B. 

N. A. Provinces Free 

E 



Coffee, Green 2 cts;). lb; pkgs. 

Do., Roasted 3 ct8;>. lb ; pkgs. 

Collar Cloth Paper 

Cologne Water and Perfumed Spirits. 

$1.50 J), gal ; pkgs 

Cologne Water m flasks or bottles, 
weighing not more than 4 oz. 

each 5 cts each ; pkgs 

Communion Plate, except metal not 

known as plate and glass 

Composition, for making spikes and nails. 

Compasses, Ships' 

Commissariat Stores 

Colors, &c , viz : Lakes in pulp, Scarlet 
and Morone, Ultra Marine and Chi- 
nese Blue, Umber, raw; Blue, Black, 
Paris, and Permanent Greens, Satin, 
and fine-washed White, Bichromate 
of Potash, Sugar of Lead, and British 

Gum 

Copperas 

Confectionery 1 ct ;>. lb., adval. 

Copper Tubes and Piping, when drawn- 
Copper, in pigs, bars, rods, bolts or sheets, 

ana sheathing 

Copper or Brass, manufactured 

Corkwood, or the Bark of the Corkwood 

Tree , 

Copper Pipe, drawn 

Cordage when used for ships and vessels 

only 

Cordials $1.50 p. gal; pkgs. 

Cottons 

Cotton Warp 

Cotton Warp, not coarser than No. 40... 

Cotton Yarn and Cotton Twist 

Cotton Thread, in hanks, colored and 
unfinished, Nos. 3 ana 4 ply (white) 

not under 20 yarn 

Cotton Thread on spools 

Do. in hanks, colored and un- 
finished. No. 6 ply (white), not under 

20 yarn 

Corn, Indian 

Do., Waste 

Cotton Wool 

Do., Candlewick 

Do. Netting and Woollen Netting for 

I. R. shoes and gloves 

Corks 

Cranks, for steamboats, forged in the 

rough 

Cranks, for mills, forged in the rough 

Cream of Tartar, in crystals 

Coin and Bullion, except U. S. silver coin 

Currants 

Curled Hair, used in the manufacture of 

sofas, mattresses, &c 

Cutlery, Poliplied (all sorts) 

Dead Eyes, Ships' 

Dead Lights, do 

Deck Plugs, do 

Diamonds, and Precious Stones, not set.. 

Drain Tiles 

Drawings, not in oil 

Donations of Clothing for distribution by 

charitable institutions 

Dried Fruits 

Drugs, not otherwise specified 

Drugs, used chiefly for dyeing 

Dye Stuffs, viz : Berries, Bark, Drugs, 
Nuts, Vegetables, and Woods, un- 
manufactured, used chiefly in dyeing. 



Free 
17J 

17J 

Free 
Free 

5 
Free 



Free 
Free 
26 
Free 

Free 

Free 
Free 



17i 

'.'4 

10 
17* 



10 
10 



Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 

10 

m 

Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 
17J 

Free 



Free 
Free 
Free 

Free 
Free 



Free 



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58 



OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Duck, for belting and bose 

Kartb, Clays, and Sand 

Kartbenware and Crockery 

Eggs • 

Klectrotype Blocks, for printing purposes 

Emery 

Emery Paper and Cloth 

Engravings and Prints 

Essences, not containing any spirits 

Essences, containing spirit3..$1.50 p. gal ; 

pkgs.. 

Essential Oils of all kinds 

Extract of Logwood 

Extracts, mixed with spirits or strong 
water $1.50 p. gal ; pkgs 

Factory and Mill Machinery 

Fancy Goods and Millinery, viz : articles 
embroidered with Gold, Silver, or 
other metals 

Fan and Fire Screens 

Farming Implements and Utensils, when 
imported by agricultural societies 
for encouragement of agriculture 

Feathers and Flowers 

Felt, for gloves 

Felt, for hats and boots ad val. 

Fibrilla, Mexican Fibre, or Tampico, 
white or black, and other vegetable 
fibres, for manufacture 

Firebrick, common 

Firebrick, shaped 

Firewood 

Figs, dried fruits 

Filberts, do 

Fire Clay 

Fireworks 

Fish, (fresh) the produce of the United 
States Fisheries, including oysters 
and lobsters in tins or kegs 

Pish Baits 

Fish Oil and Fish of all kinds, the pn^- 
duce of the fisheries of the United 
States, except tish of the Inland lakes 
and of the rivers falling into them, 
uud except fish preserved in oil 

Fish, salted or smoked, from United 
States 

Fish, salted or smoked, from all or other 
countries 1 ct y. lb; pkgs. 

Fish, preserved, from United States, not 
in oil 

Fish, preserved, from other countries 

Fish, products of, and of all other crea- 
tures living in the water, from B N. 
A. Provinces 

Fish, of all kinds, from B. N. A. Provinces 

Pish Oil, from B. N. A. Provinces 

Fishing Nets and Seines 

Fish Hooks, Lines, and Fish Twines 

Pish Plates, wrought iron or steel 

Flat Wire, or Crinoline, uncovered (See 
Hoop Skirt) 

Flax Seed, Waste, Hemp, and Tow, un- 
dressed 

Flour of Wheat and Rye - 

Flour, and Meul of any other Grain 

Foreign Newspapers, sent otherwise than 
through Post Office 

Fruits, green and dried, from B. N. A. 
provinces ..■ 

Fruits (green) of all kinds 

Fruits, preserved in brandy or other 
spirits fl.50 //. gal; pkgs. 



Free 
Free 

Free 

Free 

Free 

17* 

17* 

17} 

P 

Free 

1?1 



l?l 



Free 

1 
10 
10 



Free 
Free 

17* 

Free 

Free 
17* 

Free 
Free 



Free 
Free 
17i 

Free 
17i 



Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 

Free 

Free 
Free 
Fre« 



Fre« 
10 



Furs, Skins, Pelts, or Tails, undressed 

Fur, or of which Fur is the principal pari 

Galvanized and Sheet Iron 

Gambler, for dyeing 

Gems and Medals, Cabinets of. 

German-plated and Gilded Ware, man- 
ufactured, all kinds 

Gin, including Geneva and Old Tom, $1 
^ gal; pkgs 

Ginger, Ground 

Ginger, unground 

Glass and Glassware, plate and silvered, 
stained, painted, or colored 

Glass Paper and Glass Cloth 

Glassware 

Globes, when imported by, and for use of 
Colleges, Scientific and Literary 
Societies, and Schools 

Goat Hair, unmanufactured — 

Gold, Silver, and Electro-plate, manufac- 
tured 

Gold and Silver Leaf. 

Goldbeaters' Brim Moulds and Skins 

Grains of all kinds 

Grass, Osier, Palm Leaf, Straw, Whale- 
bone, or Willow, except plait, else- 
where mentioned 

Gravels 

Grease and Scraps 

Grindstones 

Gums, British 

Gum, Copal, Damar, Mastic, Sandarac, 
and Shellac 

Gunpowder 

Guns, Ritles, and Arms of all kinds 

Gutta Percha, unmanufactured 

(iutta Percha, manufactured 

Gypsum, or Plaster of Paris, neither 
ground nor calcined 

Gypsum, ground, when imported express- 
ly as Manure 

Heavy or Carbolic Oil, used in the manu- 
facture of wood block pavement, 
&c 

Hardware, viz: — Cutlery, polished, all 
sorts ; Japanned, Planished Tin and 
Britannia Metal Ware ; Spades, Sho- 
vels, Axes, Hoes, Rakes, Forks and 
Edged Tools; Scythes and Snathe- 
Spiles, Nails, Tacks, Brads ana 
Sprigs ; Stoves, and all other Iron 
Castings. Other Hardware — Horn, 
Pearl, and Ivory, manufactured 

Harness and Saddlery, of leather manu- 
facture 

Hair or Mohair, manufac'ured 

Hair — Human, Angola, Goat, Thibet, 
Horse, Hog, or Mohair, unmanufac- 
tured 

Hair, Curled, used in the manufacture of 
sofas, mattresses, <&c 

Hat Plush, for hatters 

Hats, Caps, and Bonnets 

Hay 

Hay from B.N. A. Provinces 

Hemp, undressed 

Hides, Horns and Pelts 

Hosiery 

Horse Hair, unmanufactured 

Hops 5 ctB/)lb; pkgs. 

Hops, from B. N. A. Provinces 

Hoop !?kirt Manufacture — the following 
articles for Crinoline : Thread for 



Free. 

17i 
5 
Free 
Free* 

17i 

lo 

17i 

17i 

10 
17* 



Free 
Free. 

Free 
Free 



17* 

Free 

Free 

\}^ 
Free 

Free 

Free 
17* 

Free 
Free 



Free 



17* 

17* 

17* 



Free 

Free 
10 
17* 
10 

fiue 
Free 
Free 

17* 
Free 

Free 



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59 



OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



covering Crinoline Wire, Claapa, — 
tin and brass— i^lides. Spangles and 
Slotted Tapes, and Flat or Round 

Wire, uncovered Free 

Indian Corn, and Grain of all kinds.... Fr^e 

Indian Meal Free 

Indian Rubber (See Caoutchouc) 

[ndigo Free 

(nk of all kinds, except printing 17J 

luk, Printing Free 

Irou-<'ig Free 

Rod, Bar, Hoop or jheet 5 

Canada Plates and Tinned Plates. 6 
Scrap and Galvanized Bars, pud- 
dled ■. 6 

Puddled, in bars, blooms, and 

billets 5 

In Blooms and Billets, puddled or 

not puddled 5 

Bolts and Spikes, Galvanized 5 

Nail and Spike Rod— round, flat 

or square 5 

Hoop or Tire, for driving-wheels of 
' locomotives, bent and welded... 10 

Boiler Plates 5 

Railroad Bars, Wrought Iron or 
Steel Chairs, and Fish Plates... 

Rolled Plates 

Tubes and Piping, when drawn.... 

Knees and Riders. Ships' 

■ Wire, whether galvanized or not, 

except for wire rigging 

Ivory, Bone, Pearl, and Horn — manufac- 
tured 

Ivory Nuts 

Ivory, unmanufactured 

Ivory Veneer 

Japanned Tin, Planished Tin, and Britan- 
nia Metal Ware 

.lewellery aiid Watches 

Junk and Oakum 

Kelp 

Kryolite 

Knees and Iron Riders 

[iard and Tallow 1 ct/;lb; pkgs. 

i^ard fromB. N. A. Provinces 

U'dd, Pig 

Lead, in .sheet 

Lead, white dry 

Leather, viz. : Sbei'p, (]alf, Goat and 
Chamois .Skin.^, dressed, varnished 

or cuanielk'd 

Leather, or Imitation of Leather, manu- 
factured 

Leather, Sole and Upper 

ijeather, Manufaotureil, viz: — Boots and 

Shoes, Harness and Saddlery 

Lemons and Oranges 

Lemons and Oranges, and Citrons, ira- 
uorted in brine for the purpose of 
being candied; aLsothe rinds of these 
fruits, imported ia brine for the yame 

purpose 

ijocomotive Engine Frames, Cranks, 
Crank Axles, Locomotive A-xlos, Pis- 
ton Rods, Gui(leor .Siide Bar.^, Crank 
Pius, connecting Rods, Hoop Iron 
or Steel for Tires, Wheels, bent and 

welded 10 

Locomotive and Railway Passenger, Bag- 
gage and Freight Car?, runnmg upon 
roads crossing the frontier, so long 
as Canadian Locomotives and Cars 



Free 

5 
Free 

5 

Free 

Free 
Free 
Free 

l?l 

Free 

Free 

Free 

5 

m 

Free 
Free 
Free 
Free 



17J 

in 

10 



Free 



are admitted free, under similar cir- 
cumstances in the United States Free 

Logwood, Extract of Free 

Linen 17^ 

Linen Machine Thread 10 

Litharge Free 

Lithographic Stones Free 

Lumber (See Plank and Lumber) Free 

Machinery for Mills and Factories of 
kinds which are not manufactured in 

the Dominion 10 

Maccaroni and Vermicelli 17i 

Machinery 17J 

Machine Twist and Silk Twists 10 

Mace 2.5 

Malt 40 cts /> bush i pkgs. 17^ 

Manilla Grass, (See Grass, and Mosses for 

upholsterers' purposes) Free 

Manures Free 

Manufactured Marble IJ^^Bftuprgi', 

Manufactures, viz : — ^■'"'" 

Marble, or imitation iM' 17^ 

Caoutchouc, Indian Rubber, or Gutta 

Percha 17^ 

Furs, or of which Fur is the principal 

part 17* 

Hair or Mohair 175 

Papier Mache 17| 

Grass Osier, Palm Leaf, Straw, Whale- 
bone, or Willow, except Plaits else- 
where mentioned i' ^i 

Bone, Shell, Horn, Pearl, and Ivory ^17} 

Gold, Silver, Electro-plate, Argentine, 

Albata, and German Silver, and ,•? 

plated and Gilded Ware of all kinds. ^ 175 

Wool Waste 171 

Brass or Copper 17V 

Leather or Imitation of Leather lli 

Wood 11% ; 

Cashmere 17| 

Meats and Vegetables, Preserved 17^ 

Maps, Charts, and Atlases 17^ 

Marble, in Blocks, unwrought or sawn 
two sides only ; aud Slabs from such 
Blocks, having at I'last two edges un- 
wrought Free 

Masts, Iron or part oflron Masts (ships'). Free 
Meats — fresh, smoked, or dalted...! at /> 

lb;pkgj 17.'. 

Meats—, fresh, smoked or salted, from 1>. 

N. A. Provinces Free 

Medals, Cabinets of Preo 

Medicinal Roots in their nittiiral atate Free 

Menageries, horses, ca'tle, carriaite.'*, and 
harness of, under restriction of Miuis- 

tfr of Customs Free 

Medicines, Patent 2.5 

Medmiiies for Huspitali 17..{ 

Metal, Type, in blocks or pigs Free 

Metallic Oxides, dry, ground, or un- 
grouud, and washed or unwashed — not 

calcined Preo 

Military Clothing, imported by officers of 

army or navy stationed in Canada Free 

Mill and Factory Machinery 171 

Millinery of nil kinds '. 17J 

Mineralogy, specimons of. Free 

Model..), when thfy cannot bo used as the 
articles of which they are said to be the 

models Free 

Molasses, if used for refining purposes, or 

for the manufacture of sugar 73 eta 

/* 100 lbs; pkgs nj 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 60 OP NEWPCUNDLAND. 



Molasses, if not so used advat. 26 

Molasses, other (See Syrnp) 

Mosses, for upholstery purposes Free 

Musical Instruments fur Bauds (Armj 

and Navy) Free 

Musical Instruments, including musical 

boxes and clucks 17^ 

Music, Sheet, printed ... 17* 

Nails, Tacks, and Brads -171 

Nails, Composition Free 

i ails. Sheathing Free 

Newspapers. Foreign, sent otherwise than 

through tlie Post Office 5 

Nitre of Snlpetre Free 

Nitraie of Soda Free 

Nuts, unless otherwise specified 17J 

Nuts, Ivory Free 

Nuts, used chiefly in dyeing Free 

Nutmegs 25 

Natural History, Specimens of. Free 

Naptha 15 ct3;>gal ; pkgs. 17^ 

Naval and Military Siores...i Free 

Oatmeal and Flour, or Meal of any other 

Grain Free 

Oats Free 

Oakum Free 

Ochres, ground and calcined 17^ 

Ochres or Metallic Oxides, ground or un- 
ground, and washed or unwashed — 

dry, not calcined Free 

Officers' Mess : 
[Note. — All articles for Officers' Messes 
and Canteens, formerly free, now pay 
the duties unposed upon similar 

goods imported for ordinary use] 

Oils — Cocoa Nut, Pine and Palm, in their 

natural state Free 

Kerosene and Coal, distilled, puri- 

iied, and refined 15 cts. p gal ; 

pKgs. 17J 

Benzole, Benzine, Benzoline, and 
Petroleum, distilled, purified or 

refined 15 cts /< gal; pkgs. 17^ 

Petroleum, crude 6 cts //gal; 

pkgs. 17J 

Products of Petroleum, coal, shale, 
and lignite, not otherwise speci- 
fied 10 cts j> gal ; pkgs. 17^ 

Whale, in the CHsks, from on ship- 
board, and in the condition in 

which it was first landed Fr-^e 

Essential 17^ 

Oil Cake Free 

Oils, in any way rectified, pumped, rack- 
ea, bleached, or prepared, not else- 
where bpecilied 17^ 

Crude Petroleum... C> cts jj gal; pkgs. 17? 

Oil Cloths I7j 

Old Tom Gin f 1 /> gal ; pkgs. Hi 

Opium ri'i 

Oranges 10 

Ordnance Stores Free 

Oranges, imported in brine for the pur- 
pose of being candied Free 

Ores of all kinds of metals Free 

Ornaments of Bronze, Alabaster, Terra 

Cotta, or Composition 17J 

Osiers, or Willow, for basket-makers' 

use Free 

Packages of every description, in which 
goods paving ad val. duties are import- 
ed included in value of goods, except 
only bottles, jars, demijohns, brandy 



casks, barrels, or packages in which 
spirituous liquors, wines, and malt li- 
quors are contained, and carboys con- 
taining sulphuric acid 174 

Packages of Goods paying ipecific duties. 17| 
Paints and Colors, not elsewhere speci- 
fied 17J 

Paintings in Oil, by artists of well- 
knowa merit, or copies of the old 

mas'.TS by such artists Free 

Paper 17^ 

Paper Collar Cloth Free 

Paper, "Union CoUarCloth" Free 

Paper Shavings Free 

Paper Hangings 17; 

Paper Macnc 17i 

Parasols and Umbrellas 17i 

Patent Medicines, not mixed with spirits 

or strong waters 25 

Peas Free 

Pearl, Horn, Bone and Ivory, manufac- 
tured 17J 

Pelts, Hides, and Horns Free 

Pepper, ground 25 

Pepper, unground 17* 

Perfumed Spirits f 1.50 /> gal ; pkgs. 17} 

Perfumed Spirits, when in flasks or bot- 
tles not weighing more than 4 oz. 

5 cts each; pkgs. 17J 

Perfumery not elsewhere specified 25 

Pine and Palm Oils, in their natural state Free 

Phosphorus Free 

Pickles and Sauces 17i 

Pimento, ground 17* 

Pin^anto, unground 17} 

Pipe Clay Free 

Pipes, Tobacco 17^ 

Pitch and Tar , Free 

plaster ot Paris, not ground or calcined. Free 

•plaster of Paris, ground and calcined 17^ 

lush for Hatters use, and for gloves 10 

Playing Cards 25 

Portable Hand Printing Presses 17^ 

Potatoes 10 

Potatoes, growth B.N. A. Provinces Free 

Preserved Meats 17J 

Printed, Lithographed, or Copper-plate 
Bills, Bill-Heads and Advertising 

Pamphlets 17^ 

Potash, Bichromate of. Free 

Poultry 10 

Poultry from B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Porter, in bottles 7 cts p gal and 10 

ad val ; pkgs. 17J 

Porter, in casks 5 c\&p gal and 10 ad 

val; pkgs. 17J 

Pig Iron, Pig Lead, and Pig Copper Free 

Philosophical Instruments and Appara- 
tus, including globes, when imported 
by and for the use of colleges, scien- 
tific and literary societies, and 

schools Free 

Plants 10 

Plants from B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Plank and Sawed Lumber, of mahogany, 
rosewood, walnut, chestnut, cherry, 

and pitch pine Free 

Plank and Sawed Lumber of all kinds, 
except mahogany, rosewood, walnut, 

chestnut, cherry, and piccb pine 

Platers' Leaf 

Precipitate of Copper 

Precious Stones, unset 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 61 OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Painting Ink and Printing Presses, ex- 
cept portable hand printing presses.. Free 

Proprietary Medicines, mixed with spirits 

or strong water8...$1.50 p gal ; pkgs. 17} 

Patent Medicines 25 

Prunella, for uppers of ladies' boots and 

shoes 10 

Puddled Iron Bars, Blooms, and Billets... 5 

Pumps and Pump Gear, Ships' 5 

Prohibited Articles (See end of TaritT). 

Quartz, crushed Free 

Rags, including paper shavings Free 

Railroad Bars and Frogs Free 

Ratan, for chairmakers Free 

Red Lead, dry Free 

Rennet Free 

Rosia Free 

Rice 1 ct7>lb;pkg3. 17} 

Riders and Knees, Iron (ships') 5 

Rigging Wire (ships') Free 

Rinds of Oranges, Citrons, and Lemons, 
imported in brine for the purpose of 

being candied Free 

Roots, Medicinal, in their natural state... Free 

Roots, other 10 

Rifles. Guns, and Firearms of all kinds... 17i 

Rum.'. $lp gal; pkgs. 174 

Rum-Shrub $1.50 /> gal; pkgs. 17} 

Rye Free 

Sails, ready-made 17} 

Sail-Cloth or Canvas, for ships' use 5 

Sal Ammoniac, Sal Soda, Caustic Soda, 
Silicate of Soda, Soda Ash, Nitrate of 

Soda, and Saltpetre Free 

Salt Free 

Sand Free 

Sand Paper and Sand Cloth 17} 

Satin, and fine washed whit« Free 

Schedam Schnapps... $1.50 p gal ; pkgs. 17} 
Sea Grass, Manilla Grass, and Mosses for 

upholstery purposes Free 

Seeds not classed as cereals 10 

Seeds from B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Settlers' effects of every description, in 
actual use, not being merchandise, 
brought by persons making oath that 
they intend becoming permanent set- 
tlers within the Dominion Free 

Scrap Iron Free 

Scrap Brass Free 

Sculpture, specimens of Free 

Shafts for mills and steamboats, in the 

rough Free 

Shawls 17J 

Sheet Music, printed 17} 

Ships' Blocks and Patent Bushes for 

Blocks 5 

Binnacle Lamps and Bunting 5 

Sail Cloth, or Canvas 5 

Cables, hemp or grass 5 

Compasses 5 

Dead Eyes 5 

Dead Lights 5 

Deck Plugs 5 

Pumps and Pump Gear 5 

ShacKles — Sheaves 5 

Signal Lamps 5 

Travelling Trucks 5 

Steering Apparatus 5 

Iron Knees and Riders 5 



Wire Rigging, and galvanized for 

manufacture of. 5 

Cordage 6 

Varnish, black and bright S 

Wedges 5 

Iron Masts, or part of Iron Masts... Free 

Shell, manufactured 17} 

Sheet Iron, not galvanized 6 

Shrubs, Trees and Plants 10 

hrubs, Trees and Plants, from B. N. 

A. Provinces Free 

Silks, Satins, and Velvets 17} 

Silk, Woollen, Worsted and Cotton Em- 
broideries, and Tambour Work 17} 

Silk Twist, and Silk and Mohair Twist, 
not elsewhere specified, for tailors' 
use, inhanks 17} 

Silk Twists, for hats, boots, and shoes Free 

Silk Twists, Machine 10 

Silver Coin, United States 17. 

Silver Leaf 17. 

■Silver and Gold Cloth 17, 

Silver-plated Ware 17 

Skins, undressed Free 

Slate Free 

Slotted Tapes, for the manufacture of 

hoop skirts Free 

Small Wares adval. 17} 

Snutf, ground dry 25cts»lb;) [^ ^^i 

12} per cent, aa val. ] V \i • 2 

Snuff, damp, moist, or pickled 17} 

Soda Ash Free 

Soap, common $1 p 100 lbs ; pkgs. 17} 

Soap, perfumed and fancy 25 

Spades, Shovels, Stoves, and all other 

iron castings 17} 

Spelter or Zinc, in sheets, blocks, or 

pigs Free 

Specimens of Natural History, Mineralo- 
gy, Botany, or Sculpture Free 

Spices, ground, including Ginger, Pi- 
mento, and Pepper 25 

Spices, nnground, including Ginger, Pi- 
mento, and Pepper 17} 

Spikes and Nails, composition Free 

Spikes, Scythes, and Snaths 17} 

Spirits and strong waters, not having 
been sweetened or mixed with any 
article so that the degree of strpngtn 
thereof cannot be ascertained by 
Sykes' hydrometer, for every gallon 
of the strength of proof by such hy- 
drometer, and so in proportion for 
any greater or less strength than the 
strength of proof, and for every grea- 
ter or less quantity than a gallon, 
viz. : Brandy, Geneva, Alcohol, 
R-im, Gin — including Old Tom — 
Whiskey and unenumerated articles 
ofall kinds, per gul Sl.OO 

Other Spirits, being sweetened or mixed, 
so that the degree of strength can- 
not be ascertainedas aforesaid, name- 
ly : Rum-Shrub, Cordials, Schie- 
dam Schnapps, Tafia, Bitters, and the 

like $1.50 

Cologne Water and perfumed Spirits, 

not in flasks $1.50 

Cologne Water and perfumed Spirits, 

when in flasks or bottles. For 



MISOELLANEOUS DIRECTORT 



62 



OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



1 



each flask or bottle not weighing 
more than four ounces $0.50 

Unenumerated Spirits and Strong 
Waters Jl.no 

Spirits and Stronfj Waters imported 
into Canada, mixed with any in- 
gredient or ingredients, and al- 
tliough thereby coming under the 
denomination of proprietary medi- 
cines, tinctures, essences, extracts, 
or any other denomination, shall 
be nevertless, deemed " Hpirits or 
Strong Waters," and subject to 
dutyns such, per gal $1.50 

Spirits and Strong Waters, including spi- 
rits of wine and alcohol. ..$1;) gal; 

pkgs. 17i 

Spirits of Turpentine 17* 

Starch 2 cts;;lb; pkgs. HJ 

Statues of Marble, Bronze, and Alabas- 
ter, natural size Free 

Stationery 17J 

Steel, wrought or cast, in bars and rods.. Free 
Steel, Plates, cut to any form, but not 

moulded Free 

Steel Chairs, Railway Free 

Steering Appartus, ships' 5 

Stereotype Blocks, for printing purposes. Free 
Steamboat and Mill Shafts and Cranks, 

forged in the rough Free 

Steam Fire Engines 17J 

Stone, unwrougut, and Lithographers' 

Stone Free 

Stores for the use of Army and Navy 

Straw 

Straw from B.N. A. Provinces 

Straw, Tuscan, Grass, and Fancy Plats.. 

Sulphur or Brimstone, in roll or Hour 

Sulphuric Acid ^ ctp lb ; pkgs. 

Sulphuric Acid, Carboys containing 

Sugar Candy, brown or white..l ct;^ lb., 
ad val 25 

Sugar, equal to and"! 

above No. 9, Dutch > 1 ct /> lb., ad val. 
Standard J 

Sugar, below No 9 J ct;* lb., ad val. 25 

Syrup of Sugar, or of i-^ugar Cane, Syrup 
of Molasses, or of Sorghum, Melado, 
or Concentrated Molasses and Cane 
Juice I ct jw lb., ad val 25 

Tafia $1.50;<gal; pkgs. 17^ 

Tails, undressed Free 

Tallow Ictjtflb; pkgs. 17^ 

Tallow, from B. N. A. Provinces Free 

Tanpico, white and black Free 

Tapes, (slotted), for the manufacture of 

hoop skirts Free 

Tar Free 

Tea, Green and Japan. ..4 cts/> lb ; pkgs. 17*^ 

Tea, Black 3cts;)lb; pkgs. 17* 

Tea, Green or Japan 4 cts p lb ; pkgs. 17* 

Tea. Black Scts/jlb; pkgs. 17J 

Teasels Free 

Thibet Hair, unmanufactured Free 

Thread and other articles embroidered 

with gold or for embroidering 17(j 

Thread Lace and Insertions 17^ 

Tiles, drain Free 

Timber and Lumber, round and hewed, 
but not otherwise, from B. N. A. Pro- 



vinces, manufactured in whole or in 
part 

Tin, in bar, blocks, pigs or granulated.... 

Tin and Zinc, or Spelter, in block or 
pig 

Tin Clasps, Slides, and Spangles, for ma- 
nufacturing hoop skirts 

Tin Plates 

Tinctures, containing spirits... $1.50 /' 

gal; pkgs. 

Tinctures, other 

Tobacco, manufact'd, except clears... 12J 

pc; 25 cts ;< lb ; pkgs. 

Snuff & Snutf flour, dry... 12} p 

c; 25ot8;Mbi pkgE. 

Snuff, d'mp, moist, pkled...r2j 

pcj 25 cts ;> lb ; pkgs. 

Canada Twist, from raw Cana- 
da tobacco, per lb 

Tobacco, unmanufactured, (but must be 
bonded on importation), under con- 
ditions of Act 31 Vict., chap. 51 

Tobacco Pipes '.. 

Tow, undressed 

Toys 

Trees, Shrubs, Roots and Plants 

Trees, Shrubs, Roots and Plants, from B. 

N. A. Provinces 

Travellers' Baggage 

Travellers 'Carriage 

Travelling Trucks, Ships' : 

Treenails 

Tubes and Piping, of Copper, Brass or 

Iron, when drawn 

Turpentine, Spirits of. 

Turpentine, other than Spirits of Turpen- 
tine 

Twist, Silk, for Hats, Boots and Shoes... 

Type Metal, in blocks or pigs 

Type 

Union Collar Cloth Paper, used in the 
manufacture of Paper Collars, Cuffs, 
&c 

Varnish, bright and black, for ships' use.. 

Varnish, other than bright and black 

Veneering of Wood of Ivory 

Vegetables, including Potatoes and other 
Roots 

Vegetables, from B. N. A. Provinces 

Vegetable Fibres 

Vegetables used chiefly indyeing 

Vegetables, Fish and Meats, preserved.... 

Velvets, Silks and Satins 

Vinegar 10 cts ju gal ; pkgs. 

Vitriol, blue j 

Walnuts, Dried Fruits 

Wearing Apparel and Clothing, made by 
hand or sewing machines 

Weaving or tram silk, and weaving or 
tram cotton for making clastic web- 
bing, and crinoline thread for cover- 
ing crinoline wire 

Wedges, Ships' 

Whale Oil, in the casks, from on Ship- 
board and in the condition in which 
it was first landed 

Wheat 

Whiting, or Whitening 

White Zinc, dry 



Free 
Free 

Free 

Free 
5 

17i 

m 

10 



Free 

17i 
Free 
17J 
10 

Free 
Free 
Free 

5 

5 

Free 

Free 
Free 
Free 
5 



17* 



Free 
5 



I'ree 
Free 
Free 
Free 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



63 



OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



White Lead, dry Freo 

Whiskey $1.00 n gal; pkg8. 17J 

IVines, not containing over 20 degrees of 
aloobol, and not worth more thnn 
forty cents oer gallon, of all kinds, 
including Ginger, Orange, Lemon, 
Gooseberry, Raspberry, Strawberry, 
Elder and Currant Wine, (five quarts 
or 10 pint bottles to a gallon), per 

gallon 30c. 

"Wines — all others when in wood, per gal- 
lon 60c. 

Wines — all others except Sparkling 
Wines, in bottles, (five quarts or ten 

pints to a gallon), per dozen 1.50 

Wines — Sparkling, per dozen 3.00 

Wines— Sparkling, per gallon 1.25 

' Wire Cloth, of Brass or Copper Free 

Wire (Brass or Copper), round or flat Free 

Wire, (Iron) 5 

Wire, flat or round, for crinolines, unco- 
vered Freo 

Wire Rigging Ships' 5 

Woods of all kinds, wholly manufactu- 
red Free 

Woods, unmanufactured, when chiefly 

used in dyeing Free 

Woods, manufactured, not eUewhere spe- 
cified 17i 

Wool Fjee 

Wool, waste Free 

Woollens 13 

Woollen Netting for India Rubber Shoes 

and Gloves 10 

Writing Desks, fancy and ornamental 
Cases and Boxes, and other fancy 

goods 17i 

Yellow Metal in bars, bolts, or for Shea- 
thing Freo 

Zinc or Spelter, in blocks or pigs Free 

Zinc or Spelter in sheets Free 

iSinc, whitedry Free 

Note. — Schedule D. — The following goods, 
when the growth and produce of any of the 
British North American Provinces, may be im- 
ported free of duty, subject to alteration or re 



gulation by proclamation of the Governor-Ge- 
neral in Council, viz : — 

Animals of all kinds; Fresh, Smoked and 
Salted Meats ; Green and Dried Fruits, Fish of 
all kinds, product of fish, and of all other crea- 
tures living in the water; Poultry, Butter. 
Cheese, Lard, Tallow; Timber and Lumber of 
all kinds, round, hewed, but not otherwise ma- 
nufactured in whole or in part ; Fish Oil, Gyp- 
sum, ground or unground ; Hay, Hops, Straw, 
B^an, Seeds of all kinds, VeKetable;), including 
Potatoes, and other roots; Plants, Trees and 
Shrubs; Coal and Coke; Salt; Wheat, Peas, 
Beans, Barley, Rye, Oii's, Indian Corn, Buck- 
wheat, and all other grain ; Flour of Wheal, 
Rve, Indi«n Corn and Oatmeal, and Flour Meal 
of any other grain. 

All goods not enumerated as charged with 
any other duty, or declared to be free of duty ; 
and non-enumerated packages, 17^ p. c. adval. 

SOVEREIGNS OF EUROPE. 
With their Ages in 1877. 



Country. 



Austria. 



Namk & Title, aoe aoc 



Belgium 

Denmark 

Germany 

Great Britain.. 
Greece 



Italy. 



Netherlands 

Portugal 

Rome (Leonine 
Russia 



City) 



Spain 

Sweden & Norway.... 
Turkey 



Frauois Joseph 

I., Emp 

Leopold 11.. K. 
Chri!«t;anIX.,K 
William I., Emp 
Victoria,Qtieen 
George I., K. of 

the Hellenes. 
Victor Emma 

nuel 11 , K. 
William III , K. 
Louis I., King.. 
Pius IX., Poi)e. 
Ale-tander II., 

Emperor 

Alfonso XII., K 
Oscar II., King. 
Abdul Hamed 

11., Sultan... 



47 
42 
59 
80 
58 

32 

57 
60 
39 
85 

59 
20 

48 



1848 
18(^5 
18G3 
1871 
1837 

1803 

I8GI 
1849 
1861 
1846 

1 855 
1874 
1872 

1876 



President 
McMahon. 



of the French Republic— Marshal 



T.ible showing the naraber 


of Day 


3 from any Day of one Mouth to the same Day i 


)f any 


oti.or Month. 




FROM TO 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May. 


June. 

151 

120 

92 

61 

31 

365 

335 

304 


July. Auo. 


Sept 
243 
212 


OCT. 

273 
242 
214 
183 
153 
122 
9'' 


Is' ov. 
804 
273 
245 
214 
184 
158 
123 
92 
61 

~ll 
365 
33S 


Dkc. 


Jancart 


33a 


31 
365 


59 

28 

365 


90 


120 


181 

150 

122 

91 

61 

SO 


212 


331 


February 


334 


59 


89 


181 


303 






Mabcii 


306 
275 


337 


31 


61 

""lo" 


153 
122 

9i 
61 


184 

m 

123 
92 
62 


275 






April 


806 


834 

304 


366 


244 






May 


245 


276 


335 


365 


214 






June 


214 

184 


245 


273 


304 
274 


!»4 


183 






■July 


215 


243 


304 


36i5 31 
334 365 
303 1 334 


1.53 




31 ' CI 




ACWUST 


153 


184 


21" 


243 
212 


273 


122 


Septemrer 


122 
92 


153 


181 


242 


273 


3'35 
3.35 
3':4 
274 


30 

~305 

334 

~3or 


91 


October 


123 


151 


182 


212 


243 


273 


304 


61 






Js'ofember 


61 


92 


120 


151 


212 


242 


273 


30 


December 


31 


62 


90 


121 


151 


182 


212 


243 


365 



EXAMPLE OF USE OF TABLE. 
To find the number of Davs prom 16th August to 27th February : Find August in the side column and 
iFebruary at the top; tlie number at the intersection, viz., 184, is the number olDays from 16th August to 16th 
February; ad-l 11, t .;> difference between 16 and 27, and the sum 196 is the number required. Similarly, the 
number from 16th August to 6th February is 1.84 less 11 or 173. 

Jn Leaj) i'.etr, ifi^lh February be inctiuled between the given dates, add om to the result. 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



64 



OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



BRITISH TARIFF OP CUSTOMS DUTIES* 

On Merehandise Imvorttd into the United Kiny- 
aam. 

Showing the Duties GhariregMe on certain 
Goods, the DesiRnations by which they are to 
be digtiDffiiisbea, and the Denominations of 
quantity oy which, as well as their values, 
they are severally to be stated in the Entries. 

DUTIES AS CONSOLIDATED BY "THE 
CUSTOMS TARIFF ACT, 1876." 

•»• All Dutiable Warehoused Goods are subject 
to the additional charge of 5s. per cent., (ex- 
cept Tobacco, which is 2s. 6d.), on the amount 
of duty payable upon the delivery for home 
consumption from any warehouse, whether 
under bond or not. 
Beer and Ale, namely — 

Mum, barrel £1 1 

Spruce, wort before fermentation sp, 

gr. not exceeding 1190°, barrel 110 

Exceeding 1190° 14 

Of other sorts, viz. : — 
Beer, wort before fermentation sp. 

gr. not exceeding 1065^, barrel 8 

Exceeding 1065-, and not exceeding 

1090° 11 

Exceeding 1090° 16 

In charging above duties on Beer, 
the specific gravity of the worts 
shall be ascertained in the man« 
ner prescribed by IGtbsec. of 19 
and 20 Vic, cap 34. 

Cards, playing, doz. packs 3 9 

Chicory or any other vegetable mat- 
ter applicable to the uses of Chicory 
or Coffee— Raw or Kiln-dried, cwt. 13 3 

" Kiln Roasted or Ground, lb 2 

Chloroform, lb 3 

Chloral Hydrate, lb 1 3 

Cocoa, lb 1 

" Husks and Shell, cwi *... 2 

" Paste or Chocolate, lb 2 

Coffee, cwt • 14 

" Kiln-dried, Roasted, or Ground, 

lb 2 

A drawback allowed on al! Roast- 
ed Coffee exported as ships' 
stores, equal in amount to the 
import duly on Raw Coffee. 

Collodion, gallon 14 

Currants, cwt ; 7 

Essence, Spruce, for every £100 value. 10 

Ether, sulphuric, gallon 15 

Ethyl, Iodide of, gallon 13 

Figs, cwt 7 

Fig-cake, cwt 7 

Malt, not being essences and extracts 

thereof, quarter 14 

Naphtha, or Methylic Alcohol, purified 
{See Spirits). 

Plate, of Gold, oz. troy 17 

" of Silver, gilt or ungilt, oz. troy. 16 
Plums (commonly called French 

Plums), and Prunelloes, cwt.... 7 
" dried or preserved (except in 
sugar), not otherwise described, 

cwt 7 

Prunes, cwt 7 

Raisins, cwt, 7 



Spirits or strong waters, not being 
sweetened or mixed with any article, 
so that the degree of strength there- 
of cannot bo ascertained oy Sykes' 
hydrometer, for every gallon of the 
strength of proof by such hydrome- 
ter, and 80 in proportion for any 
greater or less strength than the 
strength of proof, and for any 

(;reater or less quantity than a gal-^ 
on, viz : — 

Brandy, gallon 10 5 

Geneva, gallon 10 5 

Naphtha, or Methylic Alcohol, puri- 
fied, gallon 10 5 

Rum, of and from any foreign 
country, being the country of its 

production, gallon 10 2 

Rum from any country, not being 
the country of its production, gal- 
lon 10 6 

Tafia, of and from any Colony of 

France, gallon 10 2 

Rum and Spirits, of and from any 

British Possession, gallon 10 2 

Unenumerated, gallon 10 5 

Other Spirits, oeing sweetened or 
mixed, so that the degree of strength 
cannot be ascertained as aforesaid, 
viz : — 

Rum Shrub, Liqueurs, and Cordials, 
of and from a British Possession, 

gallon 10 2 

Perfumed Spirits and Cologne 

Water, gallon 16 6 

Unenumerated, gallon 14 

Varnish, containing any quantity of 

Alcohol or Spirit, gallon 12 O 

Spirits and Strong Waters imported 
into the United Kingdom, mixed 
with any ingredient, and although 
thereby coming under some other 
designation, except Varnish, shall 
nevertheless be deemed to be Spirits 
or Strong Waters, and be subject 
to duty as such. 

Tea lb 6 

Tobacco, manufactured, viz : — Cigars, 

lb 5 

Cavendish and Negrohead, lb 4 6 

Snuff, containing more than 13 lbs. 
of moisture in every 100 lbs. 

weight thereof, lb 3 9 

Not containing more than ISlbs, 
of moisture in every lOOlbs. weight 

thereoi,lb 4 6 

Being Cavendish or Negrohead, 

manufactured in Bond, lb 4 

Other manufactured Tobacco, lb 4 

Tobacco, unmanufactured, viz. : — 
Containing 10 lbs. or more of mois- 
ture in every 100 lbs. weight there- 
of, lb :. *0 3 

Containing less than 10 lbs. of mois- 
ture in every 100 lbs. weight 

thereof, lb 3 6 

Provided that no Tobacco, pack- 
ed and prized, shall on the im- 
portation thereof, be examined 
as to the quantity of moisture 
contained therein, except by 

• With 5 per cent, thereon. 



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special order of the CommiB- 
gioncrs of CustoDU, and un- 
manufactured Tobacco shall, on 
the entry thereof, be distin- 
guiabed as stemmed or un- 
stemmed, as the caae may be. 
Varnish (See Spirits). 

Vmegar^ gallon 

" Pickles, preserved in, gallon.... 
Wine containing hua than the fullow- 
ing rates of proof Spirit, verified by 
Hykes' Hydrometer, viz. : — 2o 42 
Red and Wnite Wine, and the degrees, degrees. 
Lt?es of such Wine, gallon. 10 2 6 
And an additional duty of 3d. per gallon 
for every degree of strength beyond the 
highest above specified. Ten per cent, 
of proof Spirit may be used in the fortify- 
ing of anv Wine in Bond, provided it be 
not thereov raised to a greater degree of 
strength tnan 40 per cent, of such proof 
Spirit, if for home consumption. 

N. B. — Goods composed of any articles liable 
to Duty, as a part or ingredient thereof, are 
chargeablo with the full Duty payable on such 
article ; or if composed of more than one article 
liable to Duty, then with the full Duty payable 
on the article charged with the highest rate of 
Duty. 

Upon the importation of any article, in the 
manufacture of which Spirit is used, there shall 
be chai'ged the same Duties on the quantity of 
Spirit used as before appear. 



ORPHAN DUES ON WINES IMPORTED 
INTO LONDON.. 

Cape Madeira and Marsala, the pipe.. £0 1 10 

Case Wine, per dozen quarts 0| 

French, the hogshead 10 

Rhenisn, the aum 9 

Lisbon, the pipe 2 3J 

Portugal, the pipe 2 3 

Spanish and all other sorts, not enu- 
merated, the pipe 2 2 



FREE LIST. 

Revised List of Articles of Merchandise im- 
ported Free of Duty into the United Kingdom, 
showing the Designations by which they are to 
be distinguished, together with the respective 
Denominations of Quantity to be used, when 
the Quantity is required to be stated in the 
Entries. 

♦Sin every instance in which any denomina- 
tion of tale, weight or measure is affixed to the 
name of an article in this List, the quantity of 
such article is to be exhibited under that 
denomination, in addition to the value, which 
is in no case to be omitted. Where a denomi- 
nation of quantity is not attached to the article, 
the value alone is required. 

The articles within [ ] which were formerly 
required, for the most part, to be separately 
enumerated, are now to be entered under the 
denominations therein stated. 

Alkali, cwt.— Almonds, cwt. — Almonds, 
Paste of, cwt. — Ammunition, viz : Shot, large 
and small, of lead, cwt.— of iron, cwt.— Rockets 



and other combustlbleg for purposes of war, 
and Ammunition not otherwise enuni., 'al.— 
Animals, living, viz. : Oxen and Bulls, num.— 
Cows, num.— Calves, num.— Horsi'ti iiores. 
Geldings, Colt«, Foals, num.— Sheep and 
Lambs, num.— Swiue, num.— Uneaumerated, 
val.— Arms, (number and quantity of each 
required), viz.. Swords, CutlasscH, Matches, 
Bayonets, Gun Barrels, Gun Locks, and Cannon, 
and MorUra of iron, not mounted nor accompa- 
nied with carriages, cwt.— Cannon aid Mortars 
of brass, not mounted uor accompanied with 
carriages, cwt.— Cannon and .Morurn, mounted 
or accompanied wiih carriaBes, num. -Muskets. 
Rifles, Carbines, Fowling Pieces, or Guns of 
any other sort not enum., and Pistols num. — 
Art, Works of, other than Pictures, val.— 
Asphalte, or Bitumen Judaicum, ton. 

[Agates or Cornelians, Precious Stones; 
Albumen, Goods manu. : Algarobilla Seed, 
Seeds ; Alkanet Root. Dye Stuffs ; Alaes, Drugs ; 
Alum, Chem. prod.; Aluminium, Metals; 
Amber, viz., rough Goods unmanu. ; Manufac- 
tures of, except beads, Goods manu. ; .f^mbergris, 
Drugs; Amboyna Wood. Wood, viz.. Furniture 
and Hardwoods ; Anchovies, Fish ; Angelica 
not Candied, Drugs ; Animal Charcoal, Bones. 
Annatto, Dye Stuffs ; Antimony, viz., Ore or, 
Ores ; Crude, Regulus, Metals ; Apples, Fruit ; 
Aquafortis, nitric acid, Chem. produce ; .\rgol. 
Dye Stuffs ; Aristolochia, Drugs ; Ai: wroot 
Farinaceous subs. ; Arsenic, Chem. prod. ^ 
Ashes, Alkali.] 

Bacon, cwt.— Bark, viz., for tanners' and 
dyers' use, cwt.— Peruvian, cwt.— Of other sorts, 
cwt.— Beads, viz., of glass (including bugles), 
lb.— Of other sorts unem., lb.— Beef, viz.. Salted, 
cwt.— Fresh or slightly salted, cwt.— Bones 
(except whalefins), whether burnt or not, or as 
animal charcoal, viz.. Applicable to manufac- 
turing purposes, ton.— For Manure, ton.— Books, 
bound and unbound, cwt. — Brass, Bronze, and 
Metal bronzed or lacquered, manufactures of, 
not otherwise enum., cwt. — Brimstone, rough, 
cwt.— Bristles, lb.— Bullion and Coin of gold, 
and silver, viz., Gold Bullion, oz. troy— Gold 
Coin, British, oz. troy— Gold coin, Foreign, oz. 
troy— Silver Bullion, oz. trey— Silver Coin, 
British, oz. troy— Silver Coin, Foreign, o/-. 
troy— Butter, cwt.— Buttons and Studs, not of 
metal, val. 

[Balsams, Goods manu. ; Barilla, Alkali ^ 
Bark, Extract of. Extracts ; Barley, peiiil<id. 
Barley; Barwood, Dye Woods; Parytes. Sul- 
phate of, Painters' Colours ; Basket Rods, Goods 
unmanu. ; Baskets, Goods manu. ; Bass Ropes,. 
Twines,}^ and Strands, Cordage and Cables j 
Beans, Kidney and French, Seeds ; Beef Wood, 
Wood, viz.. Furniture and Hardwoods ; Berries 
viz.. Juniper, Goods unmanu. ; Yellow, Dye 
Stuffs ; Unenumerated, Goods unmanu. ; Birds, 
singing or other. Animals, living; Bisouit aud 
Bread, Farinaceous subs. ; Bitumen, Judaicum, 
Asphalte ; Black Wood, Wood, viz., Furniture 
and Hardwoods; Bladders. Goods unmanu.;. 
Boracic Acid and Borax, Cnem. prod. ; Bottles 
of Earth or Stone, Earthenware ; Bottles of 
Glass, Glass ; Boxes of Brass, Brass Mt^uufac- 
tures; Boxwood, Wood, viz.. Furniture and 
Hardwoods ; Bran and Poiiacd, Goods unmanu. ; 
Brass, old, fit only to be remanufactured, Old 
Metal ; Brazil Wood and Bra/.iletto Wood, Dye 
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tTianu. ; Brooms and Brushes of all sorts, Goods 
manu. ; Bronze, Bra^s ; Works of Art in. Works 
■of Art ; Bulrushes, Goods unmanu. ; Buttons 
and Studs of Metal, Manufactures of Metal.] 

Candles, viz., Stearine, cwt. — Other kinds, 
•cwt. — Caoutchouc, cwt. — Manufactures of, lb. 
— Cheese, cwt. — Chemical manufactures and 
products not enum. and not chargeable with 
■dutjr, val. — Cherries, dried, cwt.— Cbiua or por- 
celain ware, cwt. — Clocks, num. — Coals, Culm, 
and Cinders, ton. — Cochineal, cwt. — Comfits, 
dry, cwt. — Confectionery not enum., cwt. — Cop- 
fier, viz., Ore of, ton.— Regulus of. ton— Old, fit 
only to iDe remanufactured, ton— iFnwrought or 
part wrought, ton- Manufactures of, not other- 
crwise enum. or described, including Copper 
Plates engraved and Coin, val.— Cordage Ca- 
bles (not of iron) Twine and Cable Yarn, val. — I 
Cork, viz., Unmanufactured, ton — Manufac- 
tured, lb.— Corn, Grain, Meal, and Flour, viz., 
Wheat, cwt. — Barley, cwt. — Oats, cwt. — Rye, 
cwt, — Peas, cwt. — Beans (not Kidney or French) 
cwt. — .Maize or Indian Corn, cwt. — Buckwheat, 
cwt. — Bear or Bigg, cwt. — Wheat Meal or Flour, 
«wt. — Barley Meal, cwt. — Oatmeal and Groats, 
cvt. — Rye Meal and Flour, cwt. — Pea .Meal, cwt. 
— Bean Meal, cwt. — Maize or Indian Corn Meal, 
■cwt. — Buckwheat Meal, cwt. — Meal not other- 
wise enum, or described, cwt. — Cotton, viz., Raw 
and waste of, cwt. — Yarn and waste of, lb. — 
Manufactures, viz., Piece goods, viz., of India 
«nd China, including Calicoes, Muslins, Nan- 
keens, and handkerchiefs, pieces — Of other 
•Countries, viz., Muslins, pieces — Other than 
Mu3lin3,Ipieces — Hosiery of all'sorts, val. — Manu- 
factures, unen., val. — Cutch, ton. 

[Cabinet Wara, Furniture; Cables, Cor- 
dage ; Calamine or Lapis Calam''naris, Zinc, Ore 
of; Cameos, set or unset. Goods manu. ; Cam- 
niomile Flowers, Drugs ; Camphor, Goods 
inanu. ; Camwoods, Dye Woods ; CandlewicK, 
Cotton manu.; Cannella Alba, Drugs; Canes. 
Goods manu. or unmanu, ; Cantharides, Drugs ; 
<Japers, Sauces and Condiments; Cardamoms, 
Drugs; Carmine, Painters' Colours manu.; 
Carriages of all sorts. Goods manu.; Cask? 
empty, good,s manu. ; Cassava Powder, Fari- 
naceous subs. ; Cassia, Spice.*' ; Castor, Perfu- 
nu-ry ; Casts of busts, statues, or figures, Art, 
•works of; Catechu, Cutch; Catlings, Goods 
manu. ; Caviare, Sauces and Condiments ; Cedar 
Wood, Wood, viz., Furniture and Hardwoods ; 
Cherries, raw. Fruit; Cherry Wood, Wood, viz., 
Furuiture and Hardwoods ; China Root, Drugs; 
Chloride of Lime, Chera. prod. ; Cinnabar, 
native. Painters' Colours, unmanu. ; Cinnamon, 
tSpices ; Citrate of Lime, and Citric Acid, Cheni. 
jtrod; Citron, preserved with salt. Fruit; 
CIvit, Perfumery; Cloves, Spices; Cobalt; 
Metals , Ore of, Ores ; Oxide of. Goods unmanu. : 
Cochinella Wood, Wood, viz.. Furniture and 
Hardwoods; Cocculus Indicus, Drugs; Coir, 
fibre, Hemp, Vegetable subs. ; Rope, Twine and 
Strands, Cordages ; Yarn, Yarn Cable ; Colo- 
cyuth, Drugs; Collombo Root, Drugs; Cop- 
peras, Chem. prod.; Coral, viz., in Fragments 
or Whole, Goods unmanu. ; Negligees, Goods 
manu. ; Beads, Beads ; Cowries, Goods unmanu. ; 
Cranberries, Fruit; Cream of Turter, Chem. 
]irod. ; Cubebs, Drugs; Cubic Nitre, Nitre; 
Cucumbers preserved in salt, Pickles.J 

Drugs, unenu., val. — Dye Stuffs (other than 
Dye Woods), end substances used in Tanning, 



enenu., owt. — Dye woods, viz., Logwood, ton— 
Unenu., ton. 

[Dice Goods manu. ; Divi Divi, Dye Stuffs ; 
Down, Feathers ; Dragon's blood, or Sanguis 
draconis. Gums ; Drawmgs, Pictures.] 

Earthenware, not being China or Porcelain 
ware, cwt.— Eggs, great hundred.— Embroidery 
and Needlework, val.— Extracts, viz.,— of 
Bark, or other Vegetable substances, to be used 
in Tanning or Dyeing, val. — Of other sorts, 
unenu., val. 

[Ebony, viz.. Green, Dye woods; Of other 
sorts. Woods, viz., Furniture and Hardwoods; 
Elder-Flower Water, Perfumery; Emery, 
Stones ; Engravings, Prints.] 

Farinaceous Substances and Manufactures 
thereof, unenu., val. — Feathers and Down, viz., 
for beds, in beds or otherwise, cwt. — Orna- 
mental, lb. and oz. — Fish (including TurtleV 
viz., Fresh (not of British taking), cwt. — Cured 
or Salted, cwt. — Flax, viz.,dressed, cwt. — Rough 
or Undressed, cwt. — Tow or Cordilla of, cwt.- 
Flowers, Artificial, val. — Fruit, raw, dried and 
preserved viz. : Unenu., viz., preserved withoui 
sugar in its own juice, or with salt, including 
Tamarind"?, however preserved, lb. — Raw, Bush. 
— Dried, Bush. 

[Flock for paper-stainers. Goods raanu.: 
Flocks, Wool ; Flower Roots, Plants ; Frame: 
for Pictures, Prints, Drawings, and Mirrors, 
(Joods manu. ; Furniture and Hardwood,Wood3 
Furniture (Household) of Wood and Cabinet- 
ware, Goods manu. : Fustic, Dye Woods.] 

Galls, cwt.— Gainbier, ton.— Ginger, pre- 
served, cwt.— Glass, viz.. Window and Germa.^ 
Sheet, including Shades and Cylinders, cwt.- 
Flint, cw.,— Plate, whether Silvered or not, cwt 
— Manufactures, unenu., and old broken, cwt 
— Gold, viz., Leaves of, num. — Ore of, or Ore 
ofwhich the greater partin value is Gold, ton- 
Guano, ton. — Gum, viz., Arabic, cwt.— Kowrie 
cwt.— Lac, Seed, Shell, Stick, and Dye, cwt.- 
Unenu., cwt. — Gunpowder, cwt. — Gun Stock- 
in the rough of Wood, cwt.— Gutta Percha, cwt 
— Manutactures of, cwt. 

[Gallic Powder, Chem. prod,: Gamboge 
Painters' Colours unmanu. ; Garincine, Madder 
Garnets, Precious Stones : Gauze or Thread. 
Linen manu. ; Gelatine, Goods manu.; Gentian 
Drugs ; Ginger, Spices ; Ginseng, Drugs ; Glue 
Clippings or Waste of any kind, lit only fo.- 
(ilue, (joods manu. or unmanu.; Gold, BuUio:. 
and PlPte; Grains, Guinea and of Paradisi 
Drugs : Grapes, Fruit ; Grease, Goods unmanu 
Ground Nuts, Nuts ; Guns, Arms ; Gypsuii. 
Manure.] 

Hair, viz.. Cow, Ox, Bull, or Elk, cwt. — Horse 
cwt. — Unenu., val. — Manufactures of othit 
than Goat's Hair, mixed or not with other 
materials, val. — .Hams, cwt. — Hats or Bonnets, 
viz., of Straw, lb.— Of Felt, num.— Of other 
materials, num, — Hemp, viz , Dressed, cwt.- 
Rough or Undressed, cwt. — Tow or Codilla oi 
Hemp, cwt. — Unenu. Vegetable Substances, ap- 
plicable to the same uses as Hemp or Flax, cwi 
— Hides and pieces thereof, viz., not Tanned, 
Tawed, Curried, or in any way Dressed, viz., 
Dry, cwt. — Wet, cwt. — Tanned, not otherwise 
Dressed, lb. — Tawed, Curried, or in any other 
way Dressed, viz., not Varnished, Japanned, 
or Enamelled, lb. — Varnished, Japanned or 
Enamelled, or Muscovoy or Russia, lb. — Hops. 



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cwt.— Horna, Tips, and Pieces of Horn, and 
Hoofs, ton. 

[Hair and Wool, Goats' and manufactures 
tliereof, Wool ; Harp and Lute Strings, silvered, 
Goods manu. ; Hellebore, Drugs ; Hones, 
{Stones ; Honey, Goods unmanu. ; Hoofs of Cat- 
tle, Horns, &c. ; Hoops of Wood, Wood bawn 
and Split.] 

ice, ton — Indigo, cwt. — Ink, val. — Iron, viz.. 
Ore of, ton— Pig, ton — Bars, unwrought, ton — 
Old broken and old cast Iron, and old broken 
Steel, ton — Steel, unwrought (including scrap 
Sieel), Manufactures of Iron and Steel, unenu., 
cwt. — Isinglass, cwt. 

[Ink, Indian, Painters' Colours manu. ; Inkle, 
Linen manu.; Instruments, viz., Anatomical or 
Surgical, Steel wrought, &c. ; Astronomical, 
Optical, and Scientific of other sorts, unenu.. 
Goods manu. ; Musical, Musical Instrument ; 
Ipecacuanha, Drugs ; Iron, viz., Pyrites, Pyri- 
tes ; Chroraate of and Chrome Ore, Iron Ore; 
Ivory, Teeth ; Ivory Vegetable, Nuts.] 

•lute, cwt. Yarn and Waste of, lb. 

[Jalap, Drugs : Jajjanned or Lacquered Ware, 
Goods manu. ; Jewels, Precious Stones ; Jewel- 
lery, not otherwise enumerated, Goods manu. ; 
Juice of Lemons, Limes, and Oranges, Goods 
unnmnu.] * 

[Kernels, Nuts ; Kingwood, Wood, viz.. Fur- 
niture and Hardwoods.] 

Lace and articles thereof, viz.. Machine or 
Imitation Lace, not made by hand, val.— Pillow 
Lace, val. — Lard, cwt. — Lead, viz., Ore of, ton 
— Pig or Sheet, ton — Manufactures of, unenu., 
cwt. — Leather manufactures, viz.. Boots and 
Shoes, doz. pairs — Gloves of Leather, doz. pairs 
— Manufactures of Leather, or whereof Leather 
is the most valuable part unenu., val — Linen, 
Tiz., Yarn and waste of, lb. — Manufactures, in- 
cluding manufactures of Linen mixed with 
Cotton, val. — Liguorice, cwt. 

[Lacquered 'N^ are, Japanned Ware ; Lapis 
Calaminaris, Zinc, Ore of; Latten, Brass manu.; 
Lead, viz.. Black, Plumbago ; Red and white. 
Painters' colours manu. ; Acetate of and Chro- 
mate of, Chem. prod. ; Leaves of Gold, Gold, 
Leaves of ; Leaves of Roses, Perfumery ; 
Lteches, Goods unmanu. ; Lentils, Seeds ; 
Lignum Vitae, Wood, viz., Furniture and Hard- 
woods ; Lime, juice of. Goods unmanu ; Lith- 
arge, Lead manu. ; Live Creatures, Illustrative 
of natural hi.'tory, Animnls; Logwood, Dye 
Woods ; Lucifer.', Goods manu.] 

Madder, cwt.— Root, cwt. — Garancine, cwt — 
Muiijeet, cwt.— .Manganese, Ore of, ton— .Ma- 
nures, unenu., ton— Maps and Charts, or parts 
thereof, jdain or coloured, num.— Marmalade, 
cwt.— Meat, unenu., viz.. Salted or Fresh, cwt. 
— Preserved, otherwise than by salting, cwt.— 
Metal, viz., Bell, tou— Leaf, not Gold, packet 
of lioO leaves- Unenu., viz., Unwrought ton- 
Wrought or M-inufactured, ton— Old, tit only to 
be remanu., ton— Musical Instruments, val. — 
MyraboUms, cwt. 

[Macaroni, Farinaceous subs. ; Mace, Spice ; 
Mahogany. Wood, viz.. Furniture and Hard- 
woods ; Mandioca Flour, Farinaceous subs. ; 
Manna, Goods maun. ; Mann^ Croup, Farin- 
aceous subs. ; Maple Wocd, Wood, viz.. Furni- 
ture and Hardwoods ; Mats and Mattingr, Goods 
manu. ; Medals, Goods manu. ; Medlars, Fruit, 
raw; Mercury, prepared, Chem. prod.; .Metals, 
,,pid, Copper, Iron Steel, and Metal ; Millboards, 



Paper ; Minerals and Fossils, unenu.. Specimens 
illustrative of Natural Science ; Models of Cork 
or Wood, Goods manu. ; Molasses, Sugar unre- 
fined ; Morphia and its Salts, Chem. prod.; 
Moss, viz., Rock for Dyers' use, I)ye StufiFs ; Of 
other sorts. Drugs; Mother of Pearl Shells, 
Goods unmanu.; Munjeet, Madder; Musical 
Instruments, Strings ot, Goods manu. ; Musk, 
Perfumery; Mustard, Sauces or Condiments; 
Myrrh, Gum.] 

Naptha, Crude, gal. See also Dutiable goods. 
Nitre, Cubic (Nitrate of Soda), cwt.— Nuts and 
Kernels, viz.. Commonly used for expressing 
Oil therefrom, ton — Other sorts, unenu., val. 

[New Zealand Wood, Wood, viz., Furniture 
and Hardwoods; Nicaragua Wood, Dye Wood ; 
Nickel, viz.. Ore of. Ore ; Metallic, refined, 
Metal ; Nitric Acid, Chem. prod. ; Nutmegs, 
Spices ; Nux Vomica^ Drugs.] 

Oils, viz.. Fish, VIZ., Train or Blubber, tun — 
Spermaceti or head matter, tun — Animal, cwt. 
— Cocoa Nut, cwt. — Olive, tun— Palm, cwt. — 
Seed, tun — Turpentine, cwt. — Chemical, Essen- 
tial or Perfumed, lb. Unenu., val.— Oil Seed 
Cake, ton — Onions, Raw, bushel — Opium, lb. — 
Oranges and Lemons, bushel — Ore, unonu, ton. 

[Oakum, Goods manu. ; Ochre, Painters' 
(/Olour unmanu. ; Oil of V^itriol, Sulphuric Acid ; 
Oil Cloth, Goods manu. ; Olibanum, Gums ; 
Olive Wood, Wood, viz.. Furniture and Hard- 
woods ; Olives, Fruit preserved with salt ; Onions 
in Salt and Water, Pickles; Opera Glasses, 
Goods manu. ; Oranges and Lemons, viz., Peel 
of, in brine. Pickles ; Dried not Candied, Drugs ; 
Juice of. Goods unmanu. ; (Jrange Flower 
Water, Perfumery ; Orchal, Dye Stuffs ; Ores, 
enumerated, viz., of Copper, (iold. Iron, Lead, 
Manganese, Silver, Tin, and Zinc, to be entered 
under these denominations; Orpiment, Painters' 
Colours, manu.; Orris Root, Drugs; Orsedew, 
Goods manu.] 

Painters' Colours and Pigments, unenu., viz., 
Unman ufai^tured, val. — Manufactured, val. — 
Paper and Pasteboard, viz., Paper, vl:'.., Printing 
or Writing, cwt. — Hangings, cwt. — Unenu., val. 
— MilUoard and Pasteboard, cwt. — Paraffine. 
cwt. — Percussion Caps, num. — Perfumery, and 
articles used in tiie manufacture thereof, lb. — 
Petroleum, viz., unrefined, tun— Refined, gal. — 
Pickles or Vegetables preserved in Salt, val., 
(See also Dutiable Goods),— Pictures, Drawings,, 
and Photogiaphs, val. — Pitch, cwt. — Plants, 
Shrubs, Tree.s, and Flower Root?, val.— Platina 
wrought or unwrought, oz. troy — Plumbago* 
ton — Pork, viz , Salted (not Ham«), cwt,— Fresti, 
cwt — Potatoes, cwt. — Poultry ani Game, alive, 
or dead (including Rabbits), val. — Precious 
Stones, unset, val. — (N.B. — Diamonds are by 
law exempt from entry.) — Prints and Engrav- 
ings, num. — Pyrites of Iron or Copper, of 
Sulphur (tre, ton. 

[Palmetto Thatch, manufactures of. Goods 
manu. ; Paper and Pasteboara. viz.. Card and 
Paper cuttings, fit onlv to be remanu.. Rags; 
Photographs on Paper, Pictures; Materials used 
for the manufacture of Paper and Pasteboard, 
Rags; Firtridge Wood, Wood, viz., Furniture 
and Hard Toods ; Pasteboard, Paper; Pearls set 
or unset, Precious Stones ; Pears, Fruit ; Pencils 
or Pens of all sorts. Stationery ; Pepper of all 
sorts. Spices ; Pewter, manufactures of, not 
otherwise enumerated, Metals wrought ; Phos- 
phorus, Chem. prod. ; Photographs, Pictures ; 



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Pimento, Spices ; Pink Root, Dye Stuffs ; Pitch) 
Burgundy, Drugs ; Plantains, Fruit ; Plaster 
of Paris, Goods unmanu. ; (see also Gypsum)- 
Plate, battered, Bullion : Plated Ware, Metal 
manu. ; Platina, Ore of, Ore ; Platting or other 
manufactures used in, or proper tor, making or 
ornamenting hats or bonnets, not otherwise 
enumerated, viz,, of Straw or other kinds, Goods 
manu. ; Straw or Grass for Platting, Goods un- 
manu. ; Pollard, Goods unmanu. ; Pomatum, 
Perfumery; Pomegranates, Fruit; Potn.sh, viz., 
Prussiate, Sulphate, Bi-chromate, or Muriate of, 
Chem. prod.; Nitra'e of Saltjittre; Potatoes, 
dried. Vegetables; Potato Flour, Farinaceous 
subs. ; Powdpr, viz., Hair Powder or Perfumed, 
Perfumery ; Unenumerated, applicable to the 
same use as Starch, Farinaceous subs. ; Precious 
Stones, set. Goods manu. ; Puddings, Goods 
manu. ; Purple Wood, Wood, viz.. Furniture 
and Hardwoods.] 
Quicksilver, lb. 

[Quassia, Drugs ; Quicksilver, Ore of (Cina- 
bar). Painters' Colours; Quills, Stationery; 
Quinces, Fruit, raw; Quinine, Sulphate of, 
Chem. prod.] 

RngR aud other materials used for making 
Paper, viz., Linen and Cotton RagSj ton— Es- 
parto and other Vegetable fibres, ton — Other 
materials and pulp of Rags and Wood, ton — 
Woollen, applicable to other uses than manure, 
torn up or not, ton — Rice, viz.. Rough and in 
the husk, qr. — Not rough, nor in the husk, cwt 
—Rosin, cwt. 

[Radix, viz., Ipecacuanhae, Ipecacuanha^ ; 
Senekff, Seneka ; Contrayerv.ne. Enula;, Cam-' 
panas, Eringii, Serpentarife, or Rhatania', Drugs ; 
Rags, Woollen, fit only for Manure, Manures ; 
Red Wood or Guinea Wood, Dye Woods ; 
Rhubarb, Drugs ; Rice dust and meil. Corn 
Meal; Rose Water, Perfumery; Rose Wood, 
Wood, viz., Furniture and Hardwoods ; Rosin, 
Oil of. Oils.]. 

Safflower, cwt. — Sago and Flower, or Meal 
thereof, cwt. — Salt, ton. — Saltpetre (Nitrate of 
Potash), cwt. — Sauces or Condiments, unenu., 
lb. — Seeds, viz.. Clover and Grass, cwt. — Cot- 



ton, ion. — Flax or Linseed, 



K 



-Rape, qr. — 



Garden, unenu., lb. — Tares and Lentils, bushel 
— Unenu., viz., for oppressing Oil therefrom, qr. 
— Other sorts, cwt. — Ships, with their Tackle, 
Apparel, and Furniture, viz., British built, wreck- 
ed, broken up, or to be broken up, val. — Foreign 
built, broken up, or cold to be broken up, or 
abandoned by the owners, or sold as wreck, 
whether afterwards recovered or repaired or not, 
val. — Shumach, ton — Silk and Silk manufac- 
tures, viz., Knubs or Husks of Silk and tvaste, 
cwt.— Raw, lb — Thrown, dyed or not dved, lb. 
— Manufactures, viz., of countries out of feurope, 
val, — Of countries in Europe, viz., Broad Stuffs, 
viz., Silk and S.itin, val. — Velvet plain or figured, 
wholly of Silk, val.— Ribbons, viz.. Silk or 
Satii.j val. — Other kinds, val. — Plush used for 
making Hats, val.— Manufactures of silk, or of 
Silk mi.xed with other mat. rials, unenu., val. — 
Silver, Ore of, or Ore, of wh'.ch the greater 
part in value is Silver, ton. — Skins, Furs, and 
Pelts, viz., Goat, viz., Undressed, num.— Tanned, 
Tawed, or in any way Dressed, num. — Seal, 
num.— Sheep, viz., Undresse.'., num.— Tanned, 
Tawed, or in any way Dre'ised, num.— Unenu., 



viz.. Furs, num. — Other sorts, viz., Undressed, 
num. — Tanned, Tawed, or in any way Dressed, 
num. — Manufactures of Skins and Furs, val— 
Si)ecimens illustrative of Natural Sciences in 
any department, not otherwise enumerated, val. 
— Spices, viz.. Cinnamon, lb. — Ginger, cwt.— 
Pepper, lb. — Unenu., lb.— Stationery, other than 
Paper, val. — Stones, Marble and Slate, rough, 
hewn, or manu., other than Works of Art, ton 
— Succades, including all Fruits and Vegeta- 
bles not enum., cwt. — Sugar and Manufactures 
of, not otherwise enumerated, viz., Refined 
Cane, cwt. — Refined Beet, cwt. — Unrefined Cane. 
cwt. — Unrefined Beet, cwt. 

[Saccharum Saturni, or Sugar of Lead, Chem. 
prod. ; Saffron, Dye Stuffs ; Sal, viz., Ammoniac, 
Limonum or Prunellae. Chem, prod. ; Salep or Sa- 
lop, Drugs; Salicine, Chem. prod. : Sandalwood, 
viz.. Red, Dyewood; White or Yellow, Wood, 
viz.j Furniture and Hardwoods; Sanguis Dra- 
conis, or Dragon's Blood, Gums ; Santa Maria 
Woods, Wood, viz.. Furniture and Hardwoods ; 
Sapan Wood, Dye Woods; Sarsaparilla, Drugs; 
Sassafras, Drugs; Satin Wood, Wood, viz., 
Furniture and Hardwoods ; Saunders Wood, 
viz., Red, Dye Woods ; White or Yellow, Wood, 
viz.. Furniture and Haf dwoods ; Sausages or 
Puddings, Goods manu.; Scammony, Gums, 
Seed, Carrot, Garden Seeds ; Semolina, Farin- 
aceous subs; Seneka Root, Drugs; Senna, 
Drugs ; Silk, Yarn of, mixed with wool, Woollen 
manu. ; Silkworm Gut, goods manu. j Silver, 
viz.. Wire, Goods manu. (see also Bullion and 
Plate); Smalts, Painters' Colours; Soap, 
Goods manu. ; Scented or Fancy, Perfumery ; 
Soda, Sulphate of,Chem. prod. ; J^itrate of Soda, 
Nitre, Cubic; Soy, Sauces and Condiments; 
Speckled Wood, Wood, viz.. Furniture and 
Hardwoods; Spectacles, Goods mauu.; Spelter, 
Zinc ; Spermaceti, Goods manu. ; Sponge, Goods 
unmanu. ; Squills, Drugs ; Starch or Gum of, 
torrified or calcined. Farinaceous subs ; Staves- 
acre, Drugs ; Stays or Corsets of Linen or of 
Cotton, or of Linen and Cotto i mixed. Linen 
or Cotton manu. ; Stearine, Tallow ; Steel, Iron; 
Stones, viz.. Works of Art, Art, Works of ; 
Straw or Grass for plattiag, Goods unmanu. ; 
Sugar of Lead, Chem. prod. ; Sulphuric Acid or 
Oil of Vitriol, Chem. prod. ; Sulphur Ort, 
Pyrites ; Sweetwood, Wood, viz., Furniture and 
Hardwood.] 

Tallow and Stearine, cwt.— Tar, barrel of SIj 

§als. — Teeth, Elephants, Sea-cow, Sea-horse, or 
ea-morse, cwt. — Tin, viz., Ore, ton — In Block.^, 
Ingots, Bars, or Slabs, and Regulus, cwt.— 
Manu. of unenu., val.— Toys, val.— Turjien- 
tine, cwt. 

[Talc, C'.ods unmanu ; Tamarinds, Fruit 
preserved; Tapioca^ Farinaceous subs.; Tar, 
Barbadoes, Drugs ; Tares, Seeds ; Tartaric Acid, 
Chem. prod.; Teasles, (Joods unmanu.; Tele- 
scopes, Goods manu.; Terra, viz.. Sienna and 
Umber, Painters' Colours; Japonica, Cutch and 
Gambler ; Thread, not otherwise enumerated, 
Linen or Cotton manu. ; Tiles, Goods manu.; 
Timber, Wood and Timber ; Tin Plates, or 
Plates of Iron, covered with Tin, Iron manu. ; 
Tincal, Chem. prod. ; Tobacco Pipes, Goods 
manu.; Tougues, Meat; Tornsal, Dye Stuffs; 
Tortoise and Turtleshell, Goods unmanu. ; 
Truffles, Vegetables ; Tulip Wood, Wood, viz., 



MISCELLANEOtlS DIRECTORY 



69 



OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Furniture and Hardwoods ; Turmeric, Dye 
Stuffs; Turnery not otherwise described, Goods 
manu. ; Turpentine, viz., Oil of, Oils ; Of Venice, 
Scio, or Cyprus, Drugs ; Twine, Cordage.] 

rUltramarine, Paiuters' Colours.] 

valonia, ton — Varnish, viz., not otherwise 
described, val. (See also Dutiable Goods) — Ve- 
getables, unenu., not preserved in salt or sugar, 

Vfll. 

[Vanilla (otherwi.«ie Vanclloes), Vegetables ; 
Vegetables, viz., preserved in iSalt, Pickles j Ve- 
neers, Furniture and Hardwoods ; Verdigris, 
Chem. prod. ; Vermicelli Macaroni, Farin- 
aceous subs. ; Vermilion, Painters' Colours.] 

Watches, val. — Wax, cwt. — Whalefins, ton — 
Wood or Timber, viz., Hewn, viz. Fir, load — Oak, 
load — Teak, load — iJnenu., load — Sawn or Split, 
Planed or Dressed, viz.. Fur., load — Unenu., 
load — Staves of all dimensions, load — Furniture, 
Hardwoods, and Veneers, viz., Mahogany, 
ton — Unenu. (not being Ash, Beech, Birch, 
Elm, Oak or Wainscot) ton — House frames. 
Fittings and Joiners' work, val. — Wool and 
Woollen manufactures, viz., Wool, viz.. Alpaca, 
Vicuna and Llama. lb. — Goat's V.^oo! or Hair, 
lb.— Sheep or Lamb'.,' Wool, lb.— Other kinds 
and flocks, lb. — Yarn, viz., tor fancy purposes, 
including Berlin Wool and Zephyr Yarn, lb. — 
For weaving, mixed or not with Silk, lb.— 'Une- 
nu., val. — Manufactures, viz., of Goat's Wool or 
Hair, mixed or not with other materials, val. 
— ()f Wool, other than Goats, or of Wool mixed 
with Cotton, viz.. Cloths and Stuffs, pieces— 
Unenu., val. 

[Wafers, Stationery ; Walnut Wood, Wood, 
viz., Furniture and Hardwoods ; Vi'ater Mineral, 
Goods unmanu. ; Cologn»>, Spirits ; Wax, Seal- 
ing, Stationery ; Weld, Dye Stuffs ; Wire, Gilt 
or Plated, Goods manu. ; Brass, Brass manu. ; 
Copper, Copper manu. ; Iron, Iron manu. ; 
Silver, Goods manu. ; Platina, Platina wrought ; 
Woad,' Dye Stuffs ; Wood and Timber, viz., 
Firewood, Hoops, or Lathwood, Wood sawn or 
split; Shovel Hilts. Goods manu. ; Waste Wood, 
viz.. Billet or Brush Wood, used for the purpose 
of stowage, Goods unmanu. ; Treenails of all 
sorts. Wood, sawn or split; Dye Woods, Dye 
Woods ; Pulp of, Rags.J 

Yeast, dried, cwt. 

Zinc, viz.. Ore of, ton — Crude, in cakes, ton— 
Manu of, unenu., cwt. 

[Zaffre, Painters' Colours ; Zebra Wood, 
Wood, viz.. Furniture and Hardwoods ; Zinc, 
Oxide or White of,;Painter3' Colours.] 

Goods not being either in pan or wholly 
manufactured, and not enumerated or described 
in this Tariff, val. 

Goods being either in part or wholly manufac- 
tured, and not enumerated or described in this 
Tariff, val. 






PROHIBITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS. 

OOODB PROHIBITED TO BE lUrORTBD. 

Books, wherein the copyright shall be first sub- 
sisting, first composed or written, or printed in 
the United Kingdom, and printed or re-print- 



ed in any other country, as to which the pro- 
prietor of such copyright, or his agent, shall, 
nave given to the commissioners of customs a 
notice in writing that such copyright subsists, 
such notice also stating when such copyright 
will exp're. 
Coin, viz : — false money, or counterfeit sterling; 
Silver Coin of the realm, or any money pur- 
porting to be such, not being of the establish- 
ed standard in weight or fineness. 

Extracts, Essences, or other concentrations of 
Malt (except Sugar, or extract of Malt for 
Medicinal purposei only, and fermented li- 
quors specified in the Customs Tariffmade from 
Malt) Coffee, Chicory, Tea, or Tobacco, or 
any admixture of the same, except in transit, 
or to be warehoused for exportation only. 

Snuffwork, Tobacco Stalks stripped from the 
leaf whether manufactured or not ; Tobacco 
Stalk Flour. 

Indecent or Ob.^cene Prints, Paintings, Books, 
Cards, Lithograpuic or other Engravings, or 
any other indecent or obscene articles. 

Nitro Glycerine, except under certain conditions 
as S])ecitied in 3i and 33 Vic, c. 113. 

Articles of foreign manufacture and any pack- 
age of such art!:.'les bearing any name, brand 
or mark, which states or implies that such 
articles were manufactured at any place in 
the United Kingdom. Any name, brand, or 
mark, which states or implies that any such 
article was man ;factured at a town or place 
having the same name as a place in the United 
Kingdom shall, unless accompanied by the 
name of the country in which such place is 
situate, be deemed to state or imply that such 
articles were manufactured at a place in the 
United Kingdom, 

Clocks and Watches, or any other article of 
metal impressed with any mark or stamp, re- 
presenting or in imitation of any legal British 
assay mark or stamp, or purporting by any 
mark or appeare 'ce to be of the manufacture 
of the United K. .o;dom. 

Infected Cattle, Sheup, or other animals, or the 
carcases thereof, and hides, skins, horns, hoofs, 
or any part of catUe or other animals, which 
the Privy Council may by order prohibit, in 
order to prevent the dissemination of any 
contagious distemper. 

Spirits (not being cordials, perfumed, or me- 
dicinal spirits), urdess in ships of forty tons 
burthen at least, and in casks or other vessels 
capable of confaii ing liijuids, each being of 
the content of twenty gallons at the least, 
and duly reported, or unless in glass or stone 
bottles j)roperly packed in cases, and forming 
part of the cargo of the importing ship, and 
duly reported. 

Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarillos or Cigarettes, and 
Snuff, except in whole and complete packages, 
each containing not less thau eighty pounds 
weight and unless in ships of not less than 
120 tons burthen, and unless into ports duly 
approved by the Commissioners of Customs. 

Tobacco, sweetened (whether manufactured or 
unmanufactured)except as otherwise specially 
provided for by any Act relating to Customs. 

Wines, except into ports duly received. 



MISCBLLANEOUfl DIRECTORY 70 OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 

IMPORTS INTO THE COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND FOE THE 

YEAR 1872. 



ARTICLES. 



Animals , 

Oxen and Cows 

Sheep 

Swine 

Apothecaries' Ware 

Medicine 

Arms and Ammunition, Shot Lead. 

Gunpowder 

Guns 



HacoQ and Hams 

Beef. 

Beer and Cider 

Bread 

Bricks 

Butter 

Cabinet Wares 

Candles 

Cheese 

Cliocolate and Cocoa.., 

Coal 

Clocks end Watches.... 

Coffee 

Cordage and Cables.... 

Confectionery , 

Corks and Corkwood... 
Corn Grain, viz : Oats. 
Barley 



Bran. 

Indian Cora 

♦'orn Meal 

Oatmeal 

Fease 

Flour 

Katthcnware 

Fi-athers 

Fishing Tackle 

Fishiu;? Tackle, Free. 
Fisli, viz: — Oysters... 

Fisii, Pickled 

Fruit, Dried 



Fruit, Apples 

Fruit, other sorts 

(ii issware 

Hardware, 13 percent 

Hardware, 8 per cent 

huliuu Rubber Manufactures., 

I.nid 

Lead 

Lead, Paint 

Leather 



Quantities 
Imported. 



118 
2,519 
3,499 

117 



1,874 cwt 
40,090 lbs 



1,114 cwt 

2,956 brl8 

68,974 gals 

25,901 cwt 

368 M 
16,925 cwt 



48,210 lbs 
792 cwt 
51,431 lbs 
45,176 tons 



139,423 lbs 
14,607 cwt 
497 cwt 
506 cwt 
32,572 bush 



7,638 brls 

2,115 brls 

'.',745 brls 

232,854 brls 



32,867 lbs 



Leathtrwaro 

Meat and Poultry 

Miscellaneous Articles from various countries... 
MisceUaneous Articles from various countries. 



634 bush 
30 cwt 

265,082 lbs 
3,7:8 brls 



219 cwt 

5i35 cwt 

2,51)0 cwt 



l^'ree. 



Mohxsses 

Oiikum 

Oil — Linseed 

Oil— Olive 

Oil— Kerosene , 

Paper Manufacture. 

Paper Printing 

Printed Books 



948,640 gals 
285 cwt 
12,090 gals 
5,003 
101,514 



Quantities 
entered for 
Home Con- 
sumption. 



118 
2,519 
3,499 

117 



1,874 cwt 
40,090 lbs 



1,114 cwt 

2,956 brls 

67,173 gals 

25,901 cwt 

368 M 
16,925 cwt 



48,210 lbs 
792 cwt 
51,431 lbs 
45,176 tons 



139,423 lbs 
14,607 cwt 
497 c i^t 
506 cwt 
32,572 bush 



7,638 brls 

2,115 brls 

4,745 brls 

232,854 brls 



32,867 lbs 



634 bush 
30 cwt 
233.380 lbs 
3,773 brls 



219 cwt 

565 cwt 

2,500 cwt 



922,742 gals 
285 cwt 
12,( 90 gals 
5,003 
101,514 



Value. 



I 10,620 

75,738 

8,748 

585 

3,807 

16,477 

11,246 

6,138 

5,216 

16,717 

29,560 

27,591 

103,607 

f,673 

253,886 

1>3,589 

4,821 

11,887 

6,172 

135,528 

2,913 

20,915 

131,469 

11,240 

2,582 

16,286 

2,615 

1,098 

2,138 

30,552 

10,575 

ld,980 

1,629,978 

27,036 

3,944 

214,493 

23,750 

476 

60 

26,509 

9,4-15 

2,522 

16,518 

156,661 

105,735 

! ,048 

2.629 

3,398 

15,016 

72,825 

323,501 

12.178 

43,865 

5,089 
379,450 

1,712 
12,100 

5,003 
40,606 
30,118 

2,993 

8,857 



Gross 
Amount 

Duties 
Collected. 



S 271 40 
3,785 90 

804 77 
26 91 

494 91 
1,318 16 
1,467 98 

797 94 

678 08 
2,229 00 
1,773 60 
6,717 30 
1,813 12 

477 49 

18,956 84 

3,066 57 

964 20 
1,188 75 
2,057 24 

378 69 

4,210 32 

10,517 52 

1,741 25 

206 56 

1,302 88 

209 20 

87 84 

171 04 

1,145 70 

423 00 

711 75 

46,570 80 

3,514 m 

1,643 35 

17,159 44 



19 60 

9,335 20 

1,133 10 

126 10 

2,147 34 

20,365 93 

8,458 80 

1.36 24 

341 77 

441 74 

1,952 08 

9,467 25 

42,055 13 

608 90 

■5,702 45 



55,364 52 

136 9t> 

1.573 l!i 

659 39 

.5,278 78 

3,915 34 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



71 



OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Imports into the Colony of Newfoundland for the Year 1872. — Continued. 



ARIICLKS. 



Plated Jewellery 

Pitch, Tar and Turpentine. 
Pork 



Pigs' Heads and Feet. 

Potatoes 

Vegetables 

Rice 



Religious Purposes, Articles for., 

Salt 

Soap . 



Brandy 

Whiskey 

Cordials 

Geneva 

Rum 

Grindstones. 
Lime 



Stone Manufacture 

Sugar, viz: — Refined 

Sugar, Unrefined 

Sugar, Bastard 

Tea, viz :— Souchong 

Tfia, other sorts 

Tobacco, Manufactured.... 

Tobacco, Leaf. 

Tobacco Stems 

Cigars 

Turpentine and Varnish... 

Vinegar 

Wine, viz : — Champagne.. 

Wine, viz : — Port 

Wine, viz: — Sherry 

Wine, other sorts 

Wine, viz;— Claret 

Woolens and Cottons 

Ready-made Clothing 

Canvas 

Wood Wares, 13 per cent . 
Wood Wares, 20 per cent , 

Blocks 

Board and Plank , 

Shiugles 

Shocks and Packs 

Staves, undressed 

iMasts and Spars 

Laths 

PailingG 

Tiinber and Scantling 



Ouantitlrg. 
Imported. 



3,380 brls 
23,1.^4 

2,877 brls 
87,226 bush 
22,37.5 

1,159 cwt 



42,735 tons 
5,532 cwt 
9,625 gals 
6,953 
1,954 gals 

22,511j 

1..546 



1,821 

18,607 

538 

636,884 

3,6.38 

467,664 

112 

69 

255,500 

3,488 

3,512 

563 

8,478 

6,596 

41 

4,056 



cwt 
cwt 
cwt 
lbs 

lbs 

wt 
No 
gals 

gals 
gals 



4 002,000 feet 
■ 5,838 M 



776^ tons 



Quantities 
eiiterod for 
Home Con- 
Huniption. 



3,380 brls 
23,154 

2,877 brls 
87,2:^6 bush 
22,375 

1,159 cwt 



42,735 tons 
5,.532 cwt 
7,076 gals 
6,953 
1,926 gals 

18,194* 
100,097" 



1,585 

13,691 

538 

605,670 

3,638 

446,116 

112 

69 

179,500 

3,488 

3,512 

455 

3,220 

2,703 

41 

4,056 



cwt 
cwt 
cwt 
lbs 

lbs 

cwt 
No 

guls 

gals 
gals 



4,002,000 feet 
5,838 M 



776i ton? 



Value. 



7,345 

13,517 

370,464 

23,016 

26,168 

11,188 

.5,723 

1,360 

106,838 

27,678 

28,875 

6,953 

977 

11,256 

57,273 

863 

336 

1,579 

18,215 

148,862 

4,842 

127,377 

1,091 

70,150 

13 

483 

3,551 

3,488 

1,404 

1,689 

16,956 

9,894 

82 

4,056 

l,18P,6u9 

27,578 

91,884 

16,634 

9,371 

2,069 

40,020 

8,757 

9,5.10 

13,954 

4,824 

121 

72 

3,883 



Gro.« 

AiUfiunt 

Dutii». 

Collected. 



954 8"). 

1,081 36- 

2.3,154 00 

1,726 20 



457 84 

8,547 00- 
3,598 14 
9,198 80 
6,563 70 
1,155 
12,736 
70,067 
112 
43 
205 
5,547 
27,382 



60 

15- 

90 

!&• 

68 

27 

.30' 

50- 

1,345 00' 

60,567 Qfv 

436 5f>- 

53,533 

11 

34 

604 

453 

351 

682 

3,542 00 

2,413 54 

44 e.v 

1,660 5'> 

154,519 17 

5,515 60 

7,3,J0 72 

2,162 42 

1,874 20 

413 8(1 

4,002 00- 

2,335 

1^10 

1,116 

385 

15 

9 

232 



9i 
20 
50 
6V 

44 
20- 

50 



20 
00 
32 
92 
73 
3K 

9r.. 



(•< 



t^ 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



72 



OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



GENERAL EXPORTS FROM THE COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND 

FOR THE YEAR 1872. 



ARTICLES. 



Beef. 

Butter 

<;onl 

Composition 

Copjier Ore , 

Oopper, Old 

FisD, viz : — Dry Cod... 

Fish, viz : — Cove 

Fisli, viz: — Haddock... 
Fish, viz: — Herring.... 

Herring, Smoked 

Fishj viz : — Salmon 

Fish, viz : — Preserved , 

Trout 

lUackerel 

Halibut 

Turbot 

Ca,plin 

Lobsters, Preserved.... 
Tongues and Sounds.. 

Cod Roes 

Whalebone , 

Fruits, viz : — Berries.. 

Iron, Old 

Lead, Old 

Molasses 

Oil, viz : — Cod 

Oil, viz : — Cod Liver.. 

Oil, viz ; — Seal 

Oil, viz :— Dog. 



Blubber and Dregs 

Rags and Paper Stuffs. 

Salt 

Seal Skins 

Ox and Cow Hides , 

Calfskins 

Furs. 



Spirits, viz : — Brandy..., 
Spirits, viz : — Cordials.. 
Spirits, viz: — Geneva..., 

Spirits, viz : — Rum 

Sugar, viz : — Unrefined. 

Tea 

Wine, viz : — Port 

Wine, viz: — Sherry 

Shingles 

Slaves 

Hoops 

Oars , 

S hooks and Packs 

Staves 



Quantities 
Manufacture 
and Produce 
of the Colony. 



Exported 

British and 

other Produce 

and Manutac- 

ture. 



4,955 tons 



916,843 qtls 

100 

12 qtls 

34,742 brls 

14 boxes 

4,165 trcs 



2,174 brls 
803 

623 qtls 
22 
147 brls 



176 kegs 
1,171 brls 



4,436 gals 



4,069 
382 

4,179 

8 

176 



tuns 
tuns 

tuns 



231,244 No. 
1,398 
254 



11,153 bdls 
368 No. 



105,000 



90 brls 

81 cwt 

296 tons 

137 cwt 



7 cwt 



Value 
Manufac- 
ture and 
Produce of 
the Colony. 



f 1,538 



1,809 cwt 

26 
18,492 gals 



5,058 cwt 
842 tuns 



257 gals 
24 
90 
3,346 
2,503 cwt 
5,505 lbs 
3,815 gals 
480 
75 M 
7 



3,744,335 

100 

36 

104,226 

14 

66,640 

3,080 

17,392 

6,424 

1,246 

88 

147 

680 

176 

9,368 

169 

532 



569,660 

76,400 

7,700 

1,280 

2,816 



231,244 

4,194 

127 

7,841 



Value 
Britisli and 
other Manu- 
facture and 
Produce. 



2,788 
147 
308 

4,000 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



73 



OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



GENERAL EXPORTS FROM THE COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND 

FOR THE YEAR 1873. 



AKTICLES. 



yjANTITIEfi EXPOBXED. 



Betf , 

Butter 

Coiuposition 

Copper Ore I 

Nickel Ore 

Copper, Old 

Coru Meal 

Beer and Cider 

Fruit, Dried 

Flour 

Fifh, viz ; — Dry Cod 

Fish, viz: — Cove 

Haddock 

Herring 

Herring, Smoked 

Salmon 

Salmon, Preserved 

Trout 

Mackerel 

Halibut 

Caplin 

Lobsters, Preserved 

Tongues and Sounds 

Cod Roes 

Whalebone 

Fruit, Berries 

Apples 

Old Iron 

Lead, Oil 

Miscellaneous Articles 

Molasses 

Pork 

Oils, viz : — Cod 

Cod Liver 

Seal 

Herring Oil 

Whale Oil 

Dog 

Blubber and Dregs 

Rags and Stuff 

Salt 

Lard 

Seal Skins 

Oxen and Cow Hides 

Calf Skins 

Furs 

Spirits, viz : — Rum 

Tea 

Tobacco 

Sugar, Unrefined 

Wines, viz : — Champagne 

Port 

.Sherry 

Claiet 

Hoard and Plank 

Shing'ee 

Oars 

Hoops 

Shooks and Packs 



Produce nnd 
Manufacture 
of the Colony. 



5,533 tons 
120 



Produce and 
Manuf«cture 
of Hritain aud 
other Coun- 
tries. 



999,637 qtls 
44 
1,798 
39,624 brls 
200 boxf s 
5,557 trcs 



1,343 brls 

4(3 
1,897 qtls 
135 brls 



566 kegs 
902 brls 



1,114 gals 



3,981 tuns 

386 
6,167 

22 

56 

6 

143 



449,727 No 
2,199 
4G1 



42 No 
13,950 bndls 



240 brls 
165 cwt 

41 



16 cwt 

100 bris 

1,010 gals 

1,166 lbs 

333 brls 



8 brls 

2,284 cwt 

29 cwt 



23,819 gal 
200 brls 



6,045 cwt 
tons 
25 cwt 



1,232 



25,983 gal 
9,289 lbs 
4,800 
20 cwt 
24 gals 
3,113 
110 
154 
289,500 feet 
79 M 



Value. 



Produce 

and Maiiu- 

factui-e of 

the Colony, 



S 194,.355 
3,600 



4,066,088 

66 

5,394 

112,812 

200 

95,551 

8,6')0 

5,392 

322 

3,794 

135 

1,390 

.566 

3,608 

648 

133 



057,340 
79,130 
6,) 07 
2,'^ 16 
6,720 
780 
2,288 



472,213 

6,197 

230 

8,080 



Produce 
and Manu- 
facture of 
Rritaiu and 
other Coun- 
tries. 



17 

4,185 

831 



ig 2,400 00 

3,300 00 

123 00 



192 00 
400 00 
41 14 00 
116 00 
2,331 00 



40 00 

2,284 CO 

174 00 

3,613 00 

11,909 00 

35,200 00 



12,090 00 

1,848 00 

300 00 



12,949 00 

3,715 00 

960 00 

160 00 

72 00 

6,226 00 

165 00 

154 00 

2,895 



00 



118 00 



MISCELLANEors DIUECTORY 74 op NEWFOUNDLAND. 



GENEEAL IMPORTS 



INTO TIIK COLONY OF 
FOK THE YEAR 1873. 



NEWFOUNDLAND 



AKTICLE8. 



Aninmls, viz: — Horses 

Oxen and Cows 

Sheep 

Swine 

Apothecaries Ware 

Medicine 

Arms and Ammunition, viz:— Lead Sljot. 

Gunpowder 

Guns 

Bacon and Hams 

Beef 

beer and Cider 

Bread 

Bricks ' 

Butter 

Cabinet Wares 

Caudlos 

Clieese 

Chocolate and Cocoa 

Coal 

Clocks and Watches 

Colfee 

Cordage and G-.bles , 

Confectionery 

Corks and Corkwood 

Com, Grain, viz: — Oats 

Barley 

Bran 

Intliiin Corn , 

Corr Meal 

Oatmeal 

Peasi; 

Flour 

Eartiienware 

Featiiers 

FisliMig Tackle 

Fijhiiig Tackle, Free 

Fish. VIZ :— (»v.ster.s 

Fish, vi.^ :— I'irkli'd 

Fruii, IJned 

A[)plfS 

Fruit, ot.u-r sorts 

G 1 a s K w a r 

llarluare, 13 pt-r cent 

Hare ware, s per cent 

India 'iublier Manufactures 

Lard 

Lead 

Lesid Paint 

Loatlu-r 

Leal Iter kvare 

Meat and Poultry 

Miscellaneous Articles 

Miscelliiueous Articles, Free 

Molasses 

Oakumt- 

Oil, Linieed 

olive Od 

Oil, Ke-oseue 

Paper Manufactures 

Paper, Printing 

Printed Books 



t^uaiitiilt's 
Inijiorti'd. 



09 No 
2,293 

2,81)0 
39 



2,344 cwt 
70,147 lbs 



1,342 cwt 

3,201 brls 

64,500 gals 

23,280 cwt 

558J M 
13,279 cwt 



(juautitios 

piittriMl fir 

IlnniM Con- 

suniptiou. 



99 .Vo 
2,293 
2,8(50 

39 



2,344 cwt 
7(;,147 lbs 



62,220 lbs 
1,014 cwt 
35,862 lbs 
tons 



47,643 



138,025 lbs 
13,565 cwt 
482 cwt 
441 cwt 
35,2o4 bush 



7,137 brls 



970 
3,346 
242,887 



31,561 lbs 



735 bush 
32 cwt 
294,508 lbs 
2,867 brls 



1,342 cwt 

3.201 bri* 

63,83,-) gals 

23,28n cwt 

558i M 
13,279 cwt 



Total 

Value 

Imjiorfu. 



62,220 lbs 
1,014 cwt 
35,862 lbs 
47,643 toQS 



1.37,075 lbs 

13,565 cwt 

482 cwt 

441 cwt 

35,204 bush 



7,137 brls 
97o brls 
3,346 
242,887 



31,561 lbs 



735 bUbh 
32 cwt 
285,864 lbs 
2,867 brls 







342 cwt 
4 i3 
3,101 


312 cwt 

403 
3,101 


















780,291 gals 
1,0S2 cwr 
12,210 gals 
3,48) gals 
77,562 


771, i 50 gals 
1,082 cwt 

12,210 gals 
3,480 gals 

77,562 











S 8,910 
71,59i» 
7,150 
195 
970 
16,154 
14,073 
11,715 
5,572 
211,219 
32,010 
J 5,822 
93,120 
5,586 
265,580 
16,472 
6,222 
15,210 
4,303 
190,572 
3 252 
20,703 
122,631 
1 i ,580 
2,710 
17,602 
2,987 
57 
1,293 
28,548 
4,850 
1 3,384 
1,702,209 
24,851 
3,7h7 
113,015 
32,141 
5,>0 
64 
29,451 
.s,601 
2,299 
18,901 
141,010 
99,173 
1,607 
4,125 
2,426 
18,612 
57,215 
29i>,442 
10,171 
63,808 
26,739 
386,645 
n,485 
12,210 
3,489 
31,025 
31,301 
3,437 
13,688 



Ci r< ics 

Anioiuit 

Duties 

Colkcteil. 



S 227 

3,579 

657 

8 

120 

1,292 

1,829 

1,522 

724 

2,634 

1,920 

6,383 

162,960 

72,618 

14,872 

2,141 

1,224 

1,521 

1,434 



70 
54 
80 
97 
10 
32 
49 
95 
36 
00 
60 
50 
00 
00 
48 
30 
40 
00 
4S 



422 76 
4,112 25 
9.810 48 
1,688 75 

216 80 
1,408 16 

238 96 
4 56 

103 44 
1,070 55 

194 00 

.501 90 

48,577 40 

3,230 63 

1,578 05 

9,041 20 



42 24 

11,434 56 

860 10 

114 95 

2,457 13 

18,331 30 

,7,933 84 

536 25 

315 38 

2,419 56 

7,437 95 

38,927 41) 

508 59 

8,295 04 

46,269 00 

518 80 

1,589 38 

453 57 

4,033 25 

3,939 13 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



75 



OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



General Imports into the Colony of Newfoundland for the year 1873. 



ARTICLES. 



Plate and Jewellery 

Pitch, Tar and Turpentine. 
Rice 



Pork 

Pigs' Heads 

Potatoes 

Vepetables 

Articles for Religious Purposes. 
Salt 



Quantifies 
Imiiorted. 



3.996 l)rls 

i)o4 cwt 

27,420 brls 

2.622 
87,638 bush 
15,763 



Soap 

Spirits, viz:— Brinfly 

Spirits, viz : — Undefined. 

Whiskey 

Cordials 

Geneva 

Rum 



Lime 

Grindstones 

Stone Manufactures 

Sugar, Refined 

Sugar, Unretiaed 

Sugar, Bastard 

Teas 

Teas, other sorts 

Tob.icco 

Leaf. 

Stems 

('igars 

Turpentine and Varnish. 

Vinegar 

AVincs, Champagne 

Wines, Port 

Wines, Sherry.. 

Wines, other sorts 

Wine, Claret 

Woollens 

Ready-made Clothing... 

Ca ivas 

Woodware.s, 13 per cent. 
Woodwares, 20 per cent. 
Blocks 



4fi.901 tons 
5,.") 40 ewt 
4, .^16 gals 
141 

G,ir,9 

1,706 

14,.580 

127,867 



gals 



Boaid and Plank 

Shingles 

Shooks and Packs 

Staves, Undres.-'ed 

Masts and S|)ars 

La'hs 

Palinsrs 

Timber and Scantling 



2,113 cwt 
15.030 
471 cwt 
592,693 lbs 

6,41 1 

4l8,6.i7 

112 

84 cwt 
608 M 
2,S46 gals 
4,37.5 
519 
6,120 
1,786 
4 
5,463 



Quantities 

enteri'O for 

Home Con- 

aumptiuii. 



3,996 brls 

904 cwt 

27,426 brls 

2.622 
87,638 bush 
15,763 



46.901 tons 
5,040 cwt 
7,.505 gals 

141 
8,44 1 
2,607 

17.59't gals 
110,331 



2,011 cwt 
14,i;{5 
471 cwt 
5S8,097 lbs 

»0,411 

464,2°2 

112 

84 cwt 
488 M 
2,646 gals 
4,37.5 
62.S 
4,418 
2, .53 6 
12 
5,229 



4,319,000 feet 
6,650 .\I 



4,319.'too feet 
6,650 M 



Total 
Valim 

llUpOI't!). 



0.667 

1.5,992 

4.514 

493,668 

20,976 

35.055 

7,881 

l.>^90 

122. .30 1 

27.(;9-l 

13,548 

564 

6,759 

8.53 

7,294 

63,932 

360 

878 

1,49S 

21,130 

120,400 

4,239 

ll.'i,5.38 

1,923 

83,7.30 

13 

588 

10,452 

2,<;46 

1,7.50 

1,557 

12,240 

2,678 

8 

5,403 

1,1.32,609 

23,486 

87,,397 

20,005 

.3,7.S0 

'..351 

4.3,190 

9,074 

ll,96:i 

17.334 

3,600 

174 

10^) 

834 



(iross 

Anmuiit 

Duties 

Collected. 



866 71 

1,279 .36 

361 13 

27,426 00 

1,.573 20 



9,380 20 

3.600 74 

9,756 50 

183 30 

7,599 60 

1,564 20 

12,319 .30 

81,431 70 

46 80 

114 14 

194 74 

7,0.38 .50 

28,271 00 

1,177 50 

58,809 70 

769 32 

55,713 84 

11 20 
42 00 

1,602 32 

343 98 

437 ,50 • 

942 OO 

4,H.59 80 

2,292 37 

12 70 
1..568 70 

147,239 17 

4,697 20 

6,991 76 

2,600 65 

7.56 00 

270 20 

4.319 00 

2,660 00 

2.392 60 

1,386 72 

288 00 

10 27 

14 17 

250 20 



"':v"Vi, 



V^^vfc 



MISCELLANEOUS DlRECTOnY 



76 



OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



GKNEKAL IMPOKTS INTO THE COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND FOJi 

THE YEAR 1874. 



AKTICLES, 



AniiuaU, viz ; — Horses. 

Ux'fn and Uows 

Shtep 

Pijfjd and (calves 

Apothecaries' Ware 

AJedicines 

Aninninition — Shot 

Powder 

Gi 



Hins 



Bacon 

Beer 

Beef 

Pigs' Heads, P'eet and Joles. 

Bread 

Bricks 

Butter 

Cabinet Wares 

Candles 

Cheese 

Chocolate 

Clocks 

Coal 

Coffee 

Cordage 

Confectionery 

Corks and Corkwood 

Corn, Grain, viz : — Oats 

Barlej 

Bran 



Indian Corn 

Cornnieal 

Oatmeal 

Pease 

Flour 

Earthenware 

Feathers 

Fishing Tackle 

Fishing Tackle, Free 

Fish, viz : — Oysters 

Fii, i. Pickled 

Fruit, viz : — Apples 

Fruit, Dry 

Fruit, other sorts 

Glassware 

Hardware, 13 per cent 

Hardware, 8 per cent 

India Rubber 

Lard 

Lead 

Lead Paint 

Leather 

Leatherware 

Meat and Poultry 

Miscellaneous Articles, 13 per cent. 

Miscellaneous Articles, Free 

Molasses 

Oakuui 

Oils, viz: — Linseed 

Oil, Olive 

Kerosene 

Paper Manufacture 

Paper, Printing, Free 

Printed Books 

Plate and Jewellery 



Quantities 

iniportt'd Into 

tlie Colony. 



IGO 
2,fK)() 
3,7<J4 

145 



2,073 cwt 
71,130 lbs 



(Juantitieo 
t-ntert'il for 
Home t'on- 
Hunijition. 

IC) 
2,!»o() 
3,794 

145 



2,073 cwt 
71,loO lbs 



l,358i cwt 

80,897 gals 

4,296 brld 

2,598 cwt 

17.271 cwt 

230 M 
16,175 cwt 



47,860 lbs 

1,000J cwt 
47,579 lbs 



52,310 tons 
132,355 lbs 
12.902 cwt 

527 

359 
38,450 bush 



4,742 brls 
1,416 
3,526 
28U,063 



61,120 lbs 



1,284 bush 
11 cwt 
5,728 brls 
412,547 lbs 



175 cwt 
545 
3,716 



l,3.58i cwt 

80,367 gals 

4,296 ImIs 

2,598 brls 

17,271 cwt 

230 M 
16,175 cwt 



47,860 lbs 
l,oooJ cwt 
47,579 lbs 



52,310 tons 
123,846 lbs 
12,902 cwt 

527 

359 
38,450 bush 



4,742 brls 
1,416 
3,526 
280,063 



61,120 lbs 



1,284 bush 
11 cwt 
5,728 brls 
329,393 lbs 



175 cwt 
545 
3,716 



885,585 gals 
1,206 cwt 

15,185 gals 
2,715 

92,864 



868,739 gals 
1,206 cwt 
15,185 gals 
2,715 
92,864 



Total 

VnJue 

Imports. 



y 14,400 

loi.ooy 

9.485 

'725 

4,110 

20,176 

12,439 

10,944 

3,562 

27,165 

32,358 

34,368 

2u,784 

103,626 

2,303 

388,222 

26,591 

4,786 

16,008 

5,709 

4,680 

261,550 

10,853 

116,135 

12.643 

i;796 

19,225 

8,114 

177 

2,704 

18,968 

7,788 

12,341 

1,680,778 

22,368 

7,334 

129,855 

23,158 

963 

22 

17,184 

49,505 

3,877 

22,005 

142,784 

.74,295 

776 

2,100 

3,271 

22,800 

85,261 

315,155 

19,820 

55,258 

42,281 

354,234 

7,237 

15,185 

2,715 

37,146 

35,007 

5,379 

13,272 

9,120 



Gr<n!i 

AiiiDtint 

Dntifsi 

Coik'Ctcd. 



S368 00 

5,050 45 

Free 

33 35 

534 9ft 
1,614 08 
1.617 01 
1,422 72 

463 0(1 
2,716 5t> 
8,036 70 
2,577 00 
1,558 .SO 
1,208 97 

299 49- 

18,117 02 

3,456 83 

957 20 
1,500 75 
1,903 16 

608 40 

3,715 3S 

9,290 80 

1,844 50 

143 68 

],.538 00 

649 12 

14 16. 

216 32 

711 30 

283 20 

528 90 

56,012 60 

2.907 84 

3,056 00 

10,388 40 



14 52: 

1,718 40 

13,175 72 

193 85. 

2,860 65 

18,561 92 

5,943 60 

100 8» 

274 IT 

425 23 

2,899 00 

11,803 93 

40,V)70 15 

991 00 

7,183 54 

'■.2,124 34 

578 96 

1,974 05 

352 95 

4,828 98 

4,550 91 



1,185 60 



MrSCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



77 



OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



General Imports into the Colony of Newfoundland for the year 1874. — Continued. 



ARTICLES. 



Pitch, Tar and Turpentine. 

Pork , 

Potatoes 

Vegetables 

Rice 



Articles for Religious Purposes., 

Salt 

Soap 



Spirits, viz:— Brandv, Sl.30 per gallon 

Brandv, $1.60 per gallon 

Undefined Spirits, S1..S0 per gallon 

Undefined Spirits, §1.60 per gallon 

Whiskey, 90 cts. per gallon 

Whiskey, $1.50 per gallop 

Cordials, 60 cts. per gallon 

Cordials, 80 cts. per gallon 

Geneva, 70 cts. per gallon 

Geneva, $1.20 per gallon 

Rum, 7(1 cts. per gallon 

Rum, SI per gallon 

Lime 

Grindstones 

Stone -Manufactures 

Sugar, Refined 

Sugar, Unrefined 

Sugar, Bastard 

Tua, 5 cts. per lb 

Tea, 10 ct3. per lb 

Tea, 12 cts. per lb 

Tobacco, .Manufactured 

Tobacco, Leaf 

Tobacco Stems 

Cigars 

Turpentine and Varnish 

Vinegar 

Wines, viz ; — Champagne, SI. 50 per gallon 

Champagne, S2.00 per gallon 

Port, t?1.10 per gallon 

Purt, S1.50 per gallon 

Sherry, 12^ per cent., and 72 cts. per gallon 

Sherry and Mauzanilla, 12^ percent, and 90c. 

per gallon 

Other Sorts, 12i per cent., and 60 cts. per gallon. 
Other Sorts. 124 percent., and 80 cts. per gallon. 
Claret, Rea, Malaga, Sicilian, etc , 30 cts per 

gallon 

Claret, 40 cts. per gallon 

Red, Denia, Sicilian, Cape, &c., &c 

Hock and Hurgnndy , 

Woollens, Silk and'Cotton Manufacture 

Rt'adj'-made 

Canvas 

•Woodwares, 13 per cent 

Woodwares, 20 per cent 

Blocks 

Board and Plank. ...i 

Shingles 

Staves 

Shooks and Packs 

Masts and Spars 

Laths 

Palings 

Timber 

Pails 

Yarns, Cotton and Woollen 

Machinery 



Quitntltio!* 

Iiniiorti'd into 

the Colony. 



4,219 brls 
29,982 
106,865 bush 
2.3,770 

1,916 cwt 



48,245 tons 

8,153 cwt 

5,934 gals 

1,396 gals 

26 gals 

158 gals 

15,578 gals 

58 gals 

1,4^ gals 

180 gals 

14,837 gals 

1,218 
72.995 gals 
3,G8G 



2,0005 cwt 
12,7sOi 
52:!j 
117.100 lbs 
556,599 
230 
634,73(1 lbs 
1G2 

119.Vcwt 

263'M 

3.051 gals 

5,378 gals 

652 gals 

6 

12,035 gals 

1G9 
3,358 gals 

608 gals 
71 gals 
39 gals 

373 gals 

102 gals 

5,4Si9 gals 

205 gals 



Qimntltles 
entorrd for 
Home Con- 

suniptiou. 



4,219 brls 
29,982 

106,865 bush 
23.770 
1,916 cwt 



48,245 

8,153 

6,447 

2,431 

20 

1,58 

4,64G 

3.G72 

1,01 1 

1,215 

G,110 

7,881 

57,921 

46,717 



tons 
cwt 

gals 
gals 

gHlS 

gals 
gals 
gals 
gals 
gals 
gals 

gals 



1,6184 cwt 
13,127] 
523.4 
59a,l47'lb3 
7-^1,947 
230 
.524,633 lbs 
1G2 

1194 cwt 

309"M 

3,051 gals 

5,37"! gals 

319 gals 

198 

6,741 gals 

243 
1,869 gals 

698 gals 
59 gals 
89 gals 

5,725 gals 
499 gals 

1,842 eals 
181 gals 



3,464,000 feet 3,464.000 feet 
6,903 M 6,903 M 



684 tons 
14,857 cwt 



684 tons 
14,857 cwt 



Total 
Value of 
Import:!. 



16,875 

539,G76 

42,746 

11,385 

6,707 

1,861 

12 ',611 

40,766 

17,802 

4,188 

80 

632 

1,578 

. 5S 

744 

90 

8,902 

730 

43,797 

2,211 

551 

631 

3. 146 

20.035 

102,2112 

4,711 

23,431 

111,319 

G9 

126,945 

19 

837 

4 498 

3,051 

2,151 

1,956 

18 

24.070 

338 

2,842 

1,119 

200 
202 

373 

192 

5,489 

2oo 

1,237,240 

22,903 

80,067 

25,418 

3,498 

690 

34,640 

10,3,54 

13,080 

7,952 

2,578 

163 

37 

3,420 

59,427 

4.321 

1,565 



Gross 
Aniomit 
Imtu'K 
Collected 



00 
20 
70 



1.350 00 

29,982 00 

Free 

Free 

636 56 

Free 

9,649 00 

5,299 68 

8,381 10 

3,889 60 

26 00 
252 80 

4,17(i 00 

5,508 01) 

606 GO 

972 00 

4,277 

9,457 

40,544 

46,777 on 

71 63 

82 03 

408 9>< 

5.604 75 

?0.255 On 

1.3' >8 75 

29,922 35 

7,894 70 

27 60 
62,055 9G 

16 20 

59 75 
1,04' I C,{\ 

390 13 
537 80 
478 ,")0 
39<-. 00 

7. H5 10 
304 50 

1,700 03 

714 07 

60 40 
96 45 



1,717 


50 


199 


60 


1,289 


40 


90 


50 


iO,S41 


20 


4.580 


00 


6.933 


36 


3,304 


34 


699 


60 


138 


00 


3,464 00 


2.701 


20 


1,094 


40 


1,590 


40 


206 


24 


21 


19 


4 


81 


205 


20 


4,754 


16 


F 


ree 


125 


20 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



78 



OP NEWFOUNDLAND. 



GENERAL EXPORTS FROM THE COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND FOR THE YEAR 1874. 

EXPORTKD. 



ARTICLES. 



Reef 

Bread 

Hiitter 

Composition 

Co]»i)er Ore 

Nickel Ore 

Copper, Old 

Beer 

Flour 

Coffee 

Cordage 

Pease , 

Pork 

Barley 

Berries 

Apples 

Oranges 

Rice 

Slate 

Iron, Old 

Lead, Old 

Lead, Ore 

Oakum 

Cigars 

Shooksand Packs 

Fish, viz., Dry Cod 

Cove , 

Haddock 

Herring 

Herring, Smoked 

Salmon 

Salmon, Preserved 

Trout 

Mackerel 

Halibut 

Tmbot 

Lobsters, Preserved 

Toijrnes 

Caplin 

Cod Roes 

Whalebone 

.M'3ceilaneou8 Articles.. 

Molasses 

Oil, viz., Cod 

(^od Liver 

Oil,S<'nl 

O'l, Herring 

Oil, Wlmle 

Oil, Doij 

Blubber and Dr^^gs 

Rags a-id Pa]>er Stuffs. 

Salt 

Seal Skins 

Hides 

Calfskins 

Furs 

Spirits, viz., Brandy 

Rum .'. 

Tea 

Tobacco >» 

Sugar, Unrefined 

Wines, viz., Port 

Sherry 

Manzanilla 

Board and Plank 

Hoops 

ars 



QUARTITII 



Protliice and 

Mniiiifacturi' 

of the Colouy. 



110 CWt 



6052 
98 



tons 



406 gnls 



6 M 



130 tons 



1249320 qtls 
1324 qtls 
18 
31739 brls 
50 boxes 
5898 trcs 
99 cans 
1950 brls 

16 
1304 qtls 

9 
591 cases 
231 brls 

r>\ 

1145 
17 cwt 



2851 

213 

4373i 

11. i 

47 

2 

93i 



tons 



Trodiico and 

Maiiiifacturt' 

iif Itritain and 

other Coun- 

frlen. 



392228 No 



19970 hdls 
191 No 



14 brls 



40 
189 



227 cwt 
30 gals 

340 brls 

650 lbs 
62 rwt 

100 brls 

116 

470 bush 



8 brls 
8 boxes 
100 cwt 



4030 cwt 
43 



8 cwt 
KOO M 
310 



60C56 gals 



Vauuk. 



2860 cwt 
614 tons 



2S67 No 
9(38 



18 gals 
2779 
3042 lbs 
3643 

8384 cwt 
5200 guls 
1842 
168 
82000 feet 



Proflnce 
and Manu- 
tnctlire of 
tlio Co'ony . 



f j. 



121,248 
4,704 



81 



120 



6,240 



I'rodiico 
and Manu- 
facture of 
Krltain and 
other Coun- 
tries. 

$112 CO 

960 00 
1,512 00 



2,724 00 

12 00 

2,040 00 

82 00 

561 00 

350 00 

2,088 00 

705 00 



24 00 

32 00 

400 00 

4,fi30 00 
344 00 

48 00 

40 00 

310 00 



5,166,649 

2,251 

6.S 

113,752 

50 

9'\577 

1,980 

1.5.600 

1161 

2,608 i 

5,100f 
6ii.3j 
51 
3.435' 

1,7' 10 
7,33i> 



4.")6,160 

49,075 

6lJ,2rty 

1,472 

6,580 

256 

1,328 



509,88' 



7.2 J4 



4,992 
76 



24.2t;2 0t> 



5,720 


00 


1,540 


00* 


8,601 


00 


483 


00 


54 


00 


1,667 


00 


608 


00 


728 


00 


67,076 


00 


10,400 


00 


2,763 


00 


252 


00 


820 


oo 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTOHY 



or NEWFOUNKLANF). 



GKNKKAL EXPORTS 



FROM THK COLONY 
FOR THE YEAR 1875. 



OF NEVVFOUxVl>LAND 



ARTICLES. 



Ai)|ile8. 
Heef 



Ik'er 

Berries 

I tread 

Hutll-T 

Brass, Old. 
Coul 



Cumj)03ition 
Caliper Ore... 
C(iru Meal..., 
CoiijH'r Old.. 
Flour 



Fruit, Dried., 

Iron, Old 

Ltaa Ore 

Lead, Old 

Leatherware , 
Nickel Ore... 

iVaila 

Oysters 

Pork 



Potatoes 

Slate 

Zinc, Old 

Fish, VIZ :— Dry Cod 

Fisli, Cove 

Haddock 

Koe3 

OapliD 

Herring 

Salmon 

f^Hliuon, Preserved.. 

Trout 

Halibut 

Turbol 

Turbot, Smoked 

Tongues and Sounas.... 

Lobsters, Preserved 

Vriialeboue 

MiscUaneous Articles.. 

M'.lass'?s 

Cod Oil 

Seal Oil 

Cod Liver Oil 

Herring Oil 

Wiiale Oil 

Blubber and Dregs 

Rags and Paper Stutfs. 
Salt 



Seal Skins 

Whale Skins 

Walrus Skin 

Boar Skins 

Ox and Cow Hides. 

Calf Skins 

Furs 

Brandy 

Whiskey 

Rum 

Gin 

Sugar, Unretined 

Teas 

Tobacco 



QCANTITIIil* EZPOKTKD. 



Produce «nd 
.ManutHCturo 
oJ the Colony. 



nrltUh and 
(Hhor I'rodiiC"' 
and Mniiufac- 
turo. 



1,210 



10,018 tons 



95 tons 



IM brls 
430 gals 



2cwt 
2925 
9.5 

80 tons 
213 cwt 



10 brls 

151 cwt 

63 brls 

727 lbs 

2,422 cwt 



Valuk. 



Produce 
and Manu- 
theturn of 
the Colony. 



$242 



37n,.!C6 



61 cwt 



17J tons 



888,489 qtls 

1,644 

144 

245 brls 

55 brls 

42,565 

5,419 

586 cans 
1,426 brls 
483 qtls 
15 
8 
522 kegs 
2,750 cans 
57 cwt 



42 cwt 
10 brla 
22 

1,50 bush 
6,1)00 
13 cwt 



Produce 
nnd Manu- 

fnoinrt' of 
Itritaln and 
otlier Coun> 
triei. 



4,560 



6,520 



4,036,829 



147 cans 



2,706 trcs 
4,8305 tuns 

84J 
18 



56* 
104 J 



7(1,788 gals 



55 
148,613 

85,010 

3,632 

11,408 

966 

60 

136 

2,088 

13,200 

5.700 

2,454 



37,069 

8i) 

1 

14 

3.137 

1,266 



1,839 cwt 
394 tons 



4^<6,816 

634,160 

18,441 

2,160 

7,232 

4,390 



$750 00 
522 00 
172 00 

10 00 

6,440 00 

760 00 

4' 00 

ei,7U4 UO 

40 00 

1,812 00 

378 00 

87 00 

2,422 00 

438 00 
90 00 

210 00 
40 00 
418 00 
800 00 
120 00 
130 00 

2,301 00 
504 00 
736 00 



126 gals 
1,507 
795 
2 

752J cwt 
.3,537 lbs 
1,921 



48,182 

G88 

4 

168 

9,411 

632 

13,634 



705 00 
28,316 00 



3,678 00 
985 00 



378 00 
1,.567 00 

477 00 

1 00 

6,022 00 

707 00 

334 00 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



80 



OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



General Exports from the Coloni/ af Nev-fonndlandfor the Year 1875. — Continued. 





QUANTITIES 


Exported. 


Valck. 


ARTICLES. 


Produce and 

Manufacture 

of the Colony. 


British and 
other Produce 
and Manufac- 
ture. 


Produce 
Produce and Manu- 
and Manu. facture of 
facturo of iBritaiu and 
the Colony, otlicr Coun- 
j tries. 


Cigars 


5 51 
44 ^Is 

4,177 
433 
46 
85,000 feet 






100 00 

176 00 

8,354 00 

649 00 

46 (to 


Wino, Champagne 






Wine, Port 






Wine, Sherry 

Wine, Sicilian 










Lumoer 






850 00 


Hoops 


21,593 bndls 
363 No 


5,398 
145 




Oars 






Shooks and Packs 


1,402 bndles 
8 No 
3,000 


1402 00 


Spars 






76 00 


Staves 






150 00 


Billets 


1,000 


5 




Shingles 


'ioM 


15 dO 



GENERAL IMPORTS INTO THE COLONY OF NEWFOUNDLAND 

FOR THE YEAR 1875. 



ARTICLES. 



Staves 

Shooks and Pucks 

Masts and Spars 

l^atbs 

Palings 

Nails 

Yarn 

.Machinery 

Biscuits, Fancy and Street. 
Hoops. 



Animals, viz : — [iorses. 



Oxen and Cows 

Sheep 

Swine and Calves 

Apotliecaries' Ware 

Jlc'dicines 

Ammunition, — Lead, Sliot. 

Guns 

Ikcon and Hams 

Bi3er 

Beef 

Bread 

Brick 

Butter 

Cabinet Wares 

Candles 

Cheese 

Chocolate 

Coal 

Clocks and Watches.. 

Coflee 

Cordage 

Confectionery 

Corks and Corkwood 

Barley 

Bran.'. 

I idian Coru 

Coninieal 

Oatmeal 

Pertse 

Flour 

Feathers 

Fisiiing Tackle 

Fishin<r Tackle, Free 

Fiih, viz : — Oysters 



Quantities 
Imported. 



10,402 cwt 



168 No. 
2,053 
4,254 

118 



1,781 cwt 



9.">1 cwt 

49,;J62 gals 

1.851 brls 

27,890 cwt 

'825 M 
14,656 cwt 



41.590 lbs 
1,101J 
41,684 
5l),055 tons 



113,941 lbs 
10,778 cwt 
496 
435 cwt 



7,156 bris 

1,457 

4.340 
236,073 
3L',757 lbs 



507 bush 



Quantities 
entered for 
Home Con- 
.suni])Uou. 



10,402 cwt 



16-! No 
2.1. v'3 
4,254 

118 



1,781 cwt 



951 cwt 

49,3i!:] gals 

1851 hrls 

27,890 cwt 

825 M 
14,6.364 cwt 



41, .590 lbs 
l,liil.i 
41.8K4 
.59,655 tons 



113,941 lbs 
10,778 cwt 
496 
435 cwt 



7,156brl5 
1,457 
4,340 
236,073 
33,757 lbs 



6o7 bush 



Total 

Value 

Imjiorts. 



$19.1.39 

13,967 

2.754 

408 

71 

52.017 

3." 

11 M 

3,309 

614 

15.120 

&0,H>^1 

10.635 
'.591 

4.1 6S 
19,5').t 
10.691 

2,./,l 

II'.OL":! 

19,745 

16,i!59 

139.450 

8,260 

322,448 

22,645 

4,159 

17,624 

5,oii2 

298,275 

4,954 

22,461 

97.106 

11 904 

2,177 

6.213 

925 

2,9';5 

28,624 

8.742 

17,3(;0 

1,416,34^ 

4.051 

11 4.' 36 4 

13,578 

'507 



Gross Anit. 

Duties* 
Collected. 

SI. .531 12 

2.793 50 

220 32 

53 04 

9 23 

4.161 36 

Free 

916 88 

495 19 

122 84 

3S6 40 

4524 00 

Free 

27 14 

541 84 

1,5«;0 32 

1.3S9 83 

267 93 

l,9ii3 00 

4,978 20 

1.1 ;o 60 

1.9.V2 30 

l,<^^>r3 80 

16.415 .56 

2.943 85 

31 80 

1.652 25 

L764 .50 

Free 

644 02 

3.413 23 

7 7'!8 48 

1,736 00 

174 16 

497 04 

74 00 

•■37 20 

1.0 7.^ 40 

291 40 

651 00 

47,214 60 

1,687 85 

9,149 12 

F ree 

Free 



MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



81 



OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



General Import* into the Colony of Nowfoundlaad for the year 1875— Con/inMeff. 



ARTICLES. 



Fiflb, Pickled... 

Fruit, viz ;— Dried 

Fruit — Apples 

Fruit, other sorts 

Glasoware 

Hardn-are, 1.3 per cent 

Hardware, 8 per cent 

India Rubber Ware 

Lard 

Lead 

Paint 

Leather 

Leatherware 

Meat and Poultry 

Miscellaneous Articles, 1.3 ])ercent 

Miscellaneous Articles, Free 

Molasses 

Oakum 

Oils, viz : — Linseed 

Oil, viz : — Olive 

Kerosene 

Paper Manufactures 

Paper, Printing 

Books, Printed 

Pitch and Tar 

Plate and Jewellerv , 

Pork .". 

Pigs' Heads, Feet, and Joles 

Potatoes 

Vegetables 

Articles for Religious Purposes 

Rice 

Salt 

Soap 

Spirits — Brandy 

rndetined Spirits 

Whiskey 

Cordials 

Gin 

Rum 

Lime 

Grindstones 

Sroue, .Manufactured 

Sug.ir, Refined 

Sugar, Unrefined 

Sngard, Bastird 

T.-a 

Timber 

Tiibacco 

Tobacco StcLis 

Cigirs 

Turpentine and Varnish 

\ inegar 

Wines— Champagne 

Wine, Port 

Wines, Sherry and Man;;auilla 

Wines, other sorts 

Wines, Spanish, Red, Denia, Sicilia, &c., 70 c... 

Wines, 60 cents 

Claret, 40 cents 

Claret, 60 cents 

Hock, 50 cents 

Hock, 60 cents 

Woolens, Cotton, Silks, &c 

Ready-made 

Canvas 



Quantities 
liupiirted. 



1,447^ cwt 
261,910 lbs 
2,661 brls 



221) cwt 
561 
2,505 
72,326 



l,I09,,522gals 
945 cwt 
13.6;!I gals 
4,881 
64,747 



3,282 brls 



28,686 brls 
2 23 S 
yH'.352 bush 
19,818 



1,343 cwt 

41,011 tons 

5,987 cwt 

11,032 gals 

220 

8,716 

2,779 

12,111 

160,984 



798 No 



Quantifies 
entered for 
Home Con- 
sumption. 



1,447J cwt 
266,582 lbs 
2,661 brls 



229 cwt 

564 

2, ,505 

72,326 



l,014,253gals 
945 cwt 
13.631 gal 

4,8>^1 
64,747 



3,282 brls 



28,686 brls 

2,238 
90,352 bush 
19,818 



1,343 cwt 
41,011 tons 

5,987 cwt 

7,6J5 gals 
220 

7,897 

1,755 
1 1.080 
87,058 



Wood Wares, 13 percent.. 
AVood Wares, 20 per cent. 

Block 

Bnar.l and Plank 

Shingles 



3.533 cwt 
13,e71i 
9<U 
660,261 lbs 

5: 14 tons 
390,803 lbs 
76 cwt 
374 M 
2,746 gals 
5,9 73 gals 
362 
7,144 
2,956 
34 
37 
6,223 
157 
558 
IG 
42 



4,926,500 feet 
6,706 M 



1.364.i cwt, 
14,164A 
638| 
649,666 lbs 
594 tons 
447,222 lbs 
76 cwt 
375i M 
2,746 gills 
5,973 gals 

348 

2,071 

2,053 

34 

680 

2,715 

482 

347 

16 

63 



4,926,500 feet 
5,700 .M 



Total 
Valii« 
Imports. 



4,343 

31,247 

13,305 

4,461 

21, .533 

143,639 

64,387 

3,550 

3,438 

3,384 

20,537 

72,.:!26 

308,663 

208,208 

65,555 

24,953 

443,806 

5,670 

13,031 

4,881 

25,899 

34,202 

4,253 

8,114 

13,133 

8,275 

545,034 

20,142 

36,140 

9,909 

3,7.-)0 

6,716 

102,52(i 

29,950 

33.09o 

880 

8,716 

1,389 

7,266 

96,590 

1,254 

7!»8 

3,490 

35,330 

109,370 

8,649 

132,051 

2,970 

78, 1 78 

532 

4,950 

2,746 

2,388 

1,448 

14,288 

3,331 

79 

37 

6,233 

157 

558 

16 

42 

1,232,953 

30,102 

1,072 

24,401 

6,1.37 

919 

49,265 

8,559 



Gross Amt. 

Duties 

Collected. 



1,910 70 

10,663 28 

708 30 

223 08 

2,799 29 
18,073 07 

5,150 96 
461 50 
446 94 
439 92 

2.604 81 

9,402 38 
40,126 19 

1,010 41 

8,522 15 

60,855 18 

453 60 

1,772 03 

634 92 

3,366 87 

4,446 26 

Free 
1,050 64 
4,050 64 

1,342 80 
Free 



28 
20 
50 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 



76 
00 
25 



537 

3,202 

3,893 

12,200 

352 

i;,845 

1,404 

13,296 

87, "58 00 

163 02 

103 74 

453 70 

4,775 

28.329 

1,596 

32,082 30 

178 20 

33.666 64 

38 00 
1,238 16 

356 

597 

696 

3,10(i 

2,264 

37 

496 
1,629 

192 

208 20 
8 00 

39 60 
160,2.''3 8) 

6,020 40 
6,485 76 
3,172 13 
1,227 
183 



08 
30 
00 
50 
19 
07 
(0 
00 
80 



4,926 
2,282 



40 
80 
50 
40 



MISCtLLANEOUS DIRECTOKY 



82 



OF NEWFOINDLAND. 



DOLLAIW AND CKNTS IN TOUNDS, SHILLINGS AND PENCE. 



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83 



or NEWFOUNDLAND. 



DOLLARS AND CENTS IN POUNDS, SHILLINGS AND VhisCK.— Continued. 



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MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY 



84 



OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 





POUNDS, SHILLINGS AND PENCE IN DO 


uLARS AND CENTS. 






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85 



OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 







POUNDS, SHILLINGS 


.\ND PENCE IN DOLLAUS AND CKNTS.- 


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ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND, 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

\n\m% %lmny F^ti^nf ml %mmn Ifi 

- . CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS AND CUT NAILS. 



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PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY 



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OFFICE 



Rear of No. 249 Duckworth St., 



ST. JOHN'Sj N.F. 



^^Orders for Printing and Advertising promptly 
attended to, • " '- 



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A TRI- WEEKLY PAPER, 

^ahlisKecl iri St. J'o7'L7x's, JS^ewfoizricllctncl. 



It largely exceeds in circul.ation any Newsp.aper published 
in the Island. 

Subscription price, S5.00 per annum. 



AcLvertistng Rcttes. 

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Shipping Intelligence, and general information interesting 

to Merchants abroad. 

Subscription, $2.50 per annum. No Advertisements are published in 

the Commercial Journal. 

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PROPRIETOR. 

346 Water Street. 

FKANCIS WINTER, Brazilian Vice Consul. -Consulate, .340 
Water Street, ST. JOHN'S. , . , . 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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J. HAY, 



DAILY ADVERTISER, 

ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 
I Printers and Publishers. ^^^ ^ ROCHFORT, Editor. 

Terms of Subscription : 



Yearly $4.00 

Half-yearly 2.00 

Being the only daily paper published in the colony, the Free 
Press presents peculiarly favorable advantages to business men 
generally, as an adveriisiny medium, from the varied and exten- 
sive circulation which papers of its kind invariably attain 
amongst all classes of society. 

Advertisements inserted at the usual rates of the Newfound- 
land Press. 

All communications must be addressed, ^repatcZ, to the Editor 
(as above) and marked " Free Press ", St. John's, N.F. 

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Prices Mode-rate and. A.ccommodatijng, 

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IS PUBLISHED, IN ST. JOHN'S. SEMI-WEEKLY. 

On Tuesday and Friday Mornings. 

^ AN EXCEUiENT MEDIUM FOR ADVERTISING. 

' " - S. DALTON SHEA, 

" PROPRIETOR. 



. JOHI W. M^COUBREY, 

Printer and Stationer, 

WATER STREET, 

ST, JOHN'S, N. F., 

(Neejly opposite the Royal Insurance Oflace.) 



— i i— I 

AT THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT 



The Times and General Commercial Gazette 



IS PUBLISHED SEMI- WEEKLY, 

6b titt MtrBiEgs tf W^innizj and Saturday, 

Of every description executed with the utmost despatch. 



92 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRT 600DS. 

Mantle^ Millinery and Dressmaking Rooms. 

J. N. FINLAY, 

161 'WjLTJSR STIt:E:ET, 



GENERAL IMPORTER OP 



British, Canadian & Foreign Manufactured Goods, 



AS UNDER— 



Crapes, Velvets and Satins, 
British and Foreign Silks, 
Ribbons and Ribbon Velvets, 
Straw and Fancy Bonnets, 
Straw and Leghorn Hats, 
Felt and Velvet Hats, 
Parasols and Umbrellas, 
Furs, Stavs and Crinolines, 
Shawls, Mantles and Costumes, 
Dresses and Fancy Dress Goods, 
Children's Dresses, Plumes and 

Hoods, 
French Flowers and Feathers, 
Hair Nets and Head Dresses, 
Linen and Cotton Sheetings, 



Counterpanes, Quilts and Rugs, 
English and Canadian Blankets, 
Flannels, Kerseys and Serges, 
Fine White Shirtings and Cali- 
coes, 
Regattas, Prints and Bed-Ticks, 
English and Scotch Winceys, 
Damasks, Towellings and Table- 

Linens, 
English and Scotch Tweeds and 

Doeskins, 
Canadian Tweeds & Homespuns, 
Black and Fancy Broadcloths, 
Fancy Shirts, Collars and Ties, 
Hosiery and Gloves, 



BOOTS AND SHOES. HATS AND CAPS, FURS, 

Ready -Made Clothing and General Outfitting. 

Ovit-port Retailers of Dry Goods supplied on liberal terms. 

IK STORE: 

FHOVISIQNS OF ALL EINDS, AT LOWEST If AREST FEICSS. 



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DEPARTMENTS : 

MILLINERY, Fancy DRESSES, MANTLES, PRINTS, CLOTHS, 
HOSIERY, STRAWS, MERINOS, SHAWLS, CALICOS, 

TWEEDS, GLOVES, RIBBONS, LUSTRES, COSTUMES. 

LINENS, FLANNELS, TIBS, HATS & CAPS, 

LEATHERWARE, PAPER HANGING. 

Outport Orders respectfully solicited. 

fp-" 32^ CLThd 317 Wetter Street. 



filSj 









Clothing and Dry Goods 

ESTABLISHMENT, 

importers of 

BRITISH & AMERICAtI MANUFACTURED GOODS 

GENERALLY. 

Orders for Clothino; shall have their best attention in every particular, and be 
made at the lowest possible prices. 

St. John's, April 15th, 1877. 



94 ADVERIIS^MENTS. 











MERCHANT, 



Joe Batt's Ann, IT.r. 






CENTRAL SALOON, 



2" ST. JOHN'S. i 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



95 



k & W. STEW AiT> 



MERCHANTS, 

St. John's, Newfoundland. 
JOHN STEER. 

IMPQ^TER OF 

DRY GOODS 



AND 








Wholesale and Retail, 

379, 381, 383, JVateT Street TFl 



'96 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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BAEEISTEHS-AT-UW, 






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i£l®®et li@lw®rll ill 



JOHN HOYLES BOONE, Notary Public. 

JAMES GERVE CONROY, B.A., Lond. 



W. H. MARE & SON 



AND 



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St. John's, Newfoundland. 




WILLIAM HENRY MARE, Notary Public. 

ROBBRT LANGRISHE MARE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



97 



S. H. PARSONS, 

Artistic Photographer. 

PHOTOGRAPHS, in every style, size and finish. 

ftortrails, in @il Colors, Inbiti Ink ^ Sragon^ 

From the smallest to Life size, anu unsurpassed for beauty of finish and correctness /j 

of Iik6uu83. 1 f I 

Copying and Enlarging, in all its branches. > 

All Styles of Frames on hand and made to order 

A GREAT VARIETY OP 

r* .A. OXr O 'TE' F* fl JL ]\/X ES St, 

And Cases in Gilt, Velvet, Morocco, Swiss, Carved, Ebony, Walnut, &c. 
PICTUEE MOULDINGS, of every description. 



And a lot of FANCY GOODS, too numerous to mention. 

310, V/ATER STREET 310, 

Opposite Messrs. P. & L. Tessier's Lower Premises. 

JOHN B. & GEORGE AYRE, 

^^ ' Bakers and Confectioners> 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Hard & Soft Bread, 

CcLpcas, CrcLcke-ps ^- Confectionery, 

Soda Biscuits, Jumbles, Sugar Crackers, 

Tea Biscuits, Lady Fingers, Lemon Crackers, 

Butter Crackers^ Wine Biscuits, CofTee Crackers. 

Wedding and other Cakes made to order. 

JmPORTET'.S and pEA.LERS IN 4 

CROCKERY WARE, 

4@ J^i*^ Qi^fw^t @f3?@8l & IBS Val@3? Ststtft 

ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 



98 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



AT THE SIGN OP THE 

XX .A. INT G^ I T^ Gr DBOOO?, 

The Shop formerly occupied by 

Gi. HUOTVINir^O Ac HOIS, 

(One Block West of Messrs. J. & W. Stiwart,) 

369 Water Street, St. John's, H.F., 

M. ARCHIBALD 

Now keeps a large Stock of custom-made 

Boots and Shoes, 

OP EVERY STYLE, 

Hoping by strict attention to Business to merit a share of public patronage. 

P. SAG-lSBTir, 

CiM Mil ail Dolitar. 



15 QUEEN ST., 

Opposite 

ST. PETER'S CHUnCH, 
St. John'Sy 




15 QUEEN ST., 

Opposite 

ST. PETER'S CHURCH, 
St. John's, 



Would respectfully invite attention to his large stock of elegant and plain 

Furniture, consisting of 

BEDSTEADS, WASHSTANDS, FALLINa LEAF TABLES, 

MmmMx£mim TahlmSMikmm, 

COVOHES JISD SOFAS. 

He warrants to give satisfaction, and guarantees to supply good Furniture 
as cheap as any in the city. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. ^^ 



SHAEPE, KELLY & CO., 

GENERAL IMPORTERS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Dry Goods Mercliar^ts, 

WATER STREET. ST. JOHN'S. N.F. 



GILLARD & SMITH, 

ct 




No. 229 WATER STREET. 



JOHN T. GILLARD, Notary Public. 
ALFEED G. SMITH. 



TERRA NOVA FOUNDRY, 

St. John's, Newfoundland, 




i 

Castings of all Desci^^ptions. 

McTaggert & Gemmell, 

PROPRIETOES. 



100 



▲DVERTISIMENTS. 



W. GRIEVE &^CO., 

St. John's, Newfoundland. 

GEORGE ELMSLY, 



'WiATJE(ii st^:ej:et, 



(SIGN OP THE GOLDEN TEA CHEST) 



AND 



Fancy Groceries, Provisions, dc, 

291 WATER STREET, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 






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Jiatlig^cd 1810. 

J^MIEJS GLJEJSSOJSr, 

PROPRIETOR. 



ADNERTI8EMENT8. 



101 



Charles Bainstead ^Son^ 

208 WATER STREET, 

Importers and Dealers in every description of 

Sole and Upper Leather and Findings. 

Outport Orders carefully selected. 

J<To. ^08 JVctter Street, St. John's, 

Next to McMuRDo's Drug Store. 

RICHARD NEYLE, 

234 WATER STREET, 

Sign of JS^ettle artd Cod ^Jigger, 

St. John's, fiewfoundland, 

DEALER IN 

GOD, TROUT &SiLHON TACKLE FlIES, 

Adapted to our waters, from the best London and Scotch makers. 
The largest and most varied assortment kept in the City. 

Tinned Bulton Hooks genged and ungenged, Hemp and Cotton Lines and Twines, 
Fishing Leads, Cod, and Patent Pin Jiggers, American and English Hardware, 
♦' Sorley's " Hatchets and Cutlery, Loose Powder, Shot and Caps. 

Outport Orders Promptly Attended to. 



1 02 ADVERTI8BMKNTS. 



NOTARY PUBLIC, 

Estate and JProperty Agei 1 1. 

Ships' Protests, Charterparties, Bottomry Bonds, Wills, Con- 
tracts and Agreements of all kinds, prepared and executed with 
promptitude and satisfaction, in accordance with the most recent 
and approved forms of Notarial Practice. Terras reasonable. 

342 WATEE STREET. 342 WATER STREET. 

AUCTIONEERS 

AND 

ff'ENERM COMMISSION AGENTS, 

St. John's, Newfoundland. 



WATER STREET WEST ST. JOHNS. N.F. 

IRON & BEASS FOUNDEKS, 

illl I 

Engines and Boilers made to Order, and general repairs effected on all 
kinds oi Machinery. 

JAMES ANOEL, Manager. 





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87 MILITARY KOAD, 
Opposite Victoria. 'Rtrtk., ITewfoTxridlcund.. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



103 



Dr. BURNETTE, 

SURGEON DENTIST, 

Water Street, St. Jb7z7i's, 27. F. 



{^P'Teeth extracted and plugged according to the most approved 
practice of Dental Surgery. 

LYON'S FHOTOGRAPHIC 

AND 

IFERROTYPE GALLERY. 

At the above Gallery may be had nearly every description of Photo- 
graphs, and at bottom prices. A large assortment of Picture Frames of 
various designs always on hand. Parties patronizing this Gallery will find 
the)?^ can get as good a Picture and at less price than any other place in 

the city. 

£]. 'SJSJ, Zj'y C>3>r, Proprietor. 

206 WATER STREET, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 



JJjctrble CLTzd ^reestorze WorJzs. 



WmM4M a4¥, 

MunJVAGTUBBB OF 




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DUCKWORTH STREET, Opposite the Total Abstinence Hall, 
ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND. 



MASTER COOPER, 

FISH AND OILS, &c. 



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104 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



General Commission Merchants, 

IMFOBTZBS of LUMBER, DEALS, TIMBEB, &c. 
ST. JOHN'S. NEWFOUNDLAND. 



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P. F. CAREER Y, 

^fc^^i* and MueiicnmVf 
:]BeoIs.s OoTTo, "W'«,toir Stireet, 

>8^. John's, J^e-LufoiMndland. 



9 

365 WATER STREET, ST. JOHN'S. NEWFOUITDLANl). 



P. W. COLEMAN, 



DEALER IN 



^etiobuab, Setospapers, mniAtt ^%arts» Saitiical ^0rik0» 

FISHING GEAR, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OP FANCY GOODS. 

Books, Music, or anj description of Fancy Goods, supplied to order with dispatch, and at the 
lowest Cash Prices. 

Pictures framed in all the different kinds of Mouldings, with neatness and dispatch. 

TEACHER OF 

MamgaHon % MmUQd ^Birommy, 

Preparer of Masters and Mates fbr the Local Marine 
Board Exansinations. 

A.ccLcLemy, 144 Qovrer Street, St. JoKix'Sy 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



105 



T. A.. SOOTT. 



427 WATER STREET, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND, 

Importer and Dealer in 

^iki\ih l^sclS. fsielle^Y, |atls7T, ^^iiu\$ asi ii\K ^m^ |qii1$. 

Ar Eepairs promptly executed. 



J. D. WITHYCOMBE, 

441 UPPER WATER STREET, ST. JOH.Y'S, 

West of Messrs. P. St. L. TESSIER'S Upper Premises. 

The Subscriber respectfully intimates to the inhabitants of St. John's and the Out ports that 
lie has on hand, and is prepared to receive t)rders for the manufacture of Doors and Sashes, Bay 
itnd Dormer Windows, Venetian and other Shutters, Mantels, Blinds, Architraves, Mouldings, «fec. 
Church and other Windows in frames — complete. To those who will encourage Home Manu- 
facture, Orders are now solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. 




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WEST CORNER DUCKWORTH ST., EAST, ST. JOHN'S, N.F. 

JOHN SKINNER, 



.M^IPIM 



Manufacturer of 

Monuments, Tombs, Gravestones, Counter and Table 

Tops, &c., &c. 

All orders in the above line executed with neatness and despatch from 
the latest English and American designs. 



THOS. McCRATH, 




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AND 




115 DUCKWORTH STREET, ST. JOHN'S, N.F